Featuring 12 completely new shades in burnished nudes and browns, sienna, and even a toasty plum, founder Wende Zomnir created the palette with a single colour inspiration called “Riff,” a warm, terracotta-like brown. From there, she launched an entire amber-toned palette.
From red-brown matte hues and glimmering copper to deep bronze, this palette has everything you need to create sultry daytime looks, intensely smoky nighttime looks and everything in between. The best part – it works on all skintones.
Our favourites include En Fuego, a matte burgundy shade, Ashes, a matte smoky plum, and Ember a dark metallic cocoa.
From the days since the Naked line became cult products, they’ve broadened the range into highlighters, contour palettes, and even perfume oil. Pair the palette with equally fiery items such as their Vice Lipstick in Heat and Scorched, and the 24/7 Glide-On Eyeliner in Alkaline and Torch.
For ideas on how to work the palette, check out this tutorial:
While the release date for Naked Heat hasn’t been announced for Malaysia, from June 12, Naked Heat will be available in limited quantities to Urban Decay Beauty Junkies in the US, and on UrbanDecay.com starting June 30.
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By Maya Tan Abdullah.
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