So, I got my hands on this scorcher. See what I did there? Yusss. Ok but in all seriousness, the Naked Heat palette recently got pre-released by Urban Decay and as soon as it became available on the site, I scooped it up. I have a video tutorial coming up later this week (linked here), but until then, here is my full opinion as well as swatches on each shade.
Left to right: Ounce, Chaser, Sauced, Low Blow, Lumbre, He Devil, Dirty Talk, Scorched, Cayenne, En Fuego, Ashes, Ember.
As a whole, this palette is exquisite and fulfils just about every warm-toned eyeshadow need. There are a total of twelve shades; five shimmers and seven mattes. There are two highlighting shades, perfect for the brow bone or inner corners. Ounce has a slight shimmer but nothing like the other shimmers in the palette. Then there are two matte blending shades; one a terra-cotta shade and the other a brown-toned shade. Then comes Lumbre which is a peachy shimmer and is one of my faves from the palette. Followed by He Devil; a stunning and rich burnt red matte. Dirty Talk and Scorched are both metallic red shades, the former on the orange warm-toned side, and the latter on the pinky side. Cayenne is a deep terra-cotta matte, En Fuego is a burgundy matte, and Ashes is a deep brown matte. Lastly, we have Ember, another favourite of mine, and is a rich brown metallic shade.
One thing I will say is I wish En Fuego and Ashes were slightly more pigmented and I would have added a golden shimmer to this palette. Other than that, this is yet another stellar product from Urban Decay and gets a big thumbs up from me. UK release date: 27 July 2017.