Naked Heat

My improved make-up skills go hand-in-hand with learning what suits me.  For eye shadow, it’s always been warmth.  With my blue eyes and light skin, nothing lights me up like a warm shadow look.  When I heard about the Naked Heat palette, I knew it would be the best one for me yet.

In truth, I don’t reach much for my Naked palettes much any more.  The neutral shades were great when I was apprehensive about eye shadow, but they lack the golden, bronze, and orange shades I’m drawn to.  I love reddish shades and golden-flecked pinks.  Naked Heat swept in and saved the day.

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It’s just so beautiful, isn’t it?!  Even the packaging is just gorgeous.

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Shades is this palette are:

  • ounce (ivory shimmer)
  • chaser (light nude matte)
  • sauced (soft terra-cotta matte)
  • low blow (brown matte)
  • lumbre (copper shimmer w/gold pearl shift)
  • he devil (burnt red matte)
  • dirty talk (metallic burnt red)
  • scorched (metallic deep red w/gold micro-shimmer)
  • cayenne (deep terra-cotta matte)
  • en fuego (burgundy matte)
  • ashes (deep reddish-brown matte)
  • ember (deep metallic copper-burgundy)

I like to use chaser as my base, highlight the inner corner of my eye in ounce and the crease in one of the red shades, like he devil.  The combinations metallics and mattes and the the fact the shades are all on the same spectrum makes this palette is to blend and make complete looks!

Naked Heat is one of my absolute favorites.  Have you tried it yet?!

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