As we begin the transition from the fall months into the winter months (although Florida has barely entered fall) I wanted to share the eyeshadow palette that I have been obsessed with for all of my fall looks!  It’s so nice to have that one go-to palette that can give you several different warm-toned looks all season long.  If I had to pick just one palette for the fall season–it would be the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette!


Basically, these shades just speak to my soul.  They are my absolute favorite colors to wear, and I found myself reaching for this palette almost every day since I got it!  You can create a bronze eye that goes with almost anything, a warm red/orange eye, a deep smokey eye, you name it!  Like the other Naked palettes, this comes with a pretty nice Urban Decay dual-ended brush.  I think that I liked the brush that came with the original Naked Palette a little more, but this one is still nice to have!


Sauced and Low Blow in the crease, Ember all over the lid, with Ashes in the outer corner and Ounce as my brow bone highlight.


From Top to Bottom: Ounce, Chaser, Sauced, Low Blow, Lumbre, He Devil, Dirty Talk, Scorched, Cayenne, En Fuego, Ashes, Ember

This palette contains 12 shades, 5 of which are more metallic/shimmery and the other 7 are matte.  To me, this is the perfect combination of transition shades and lid colors!  You get a little bit of everything with this palette.  This sells for $54, making each shade around $4.50.  I think the quality of these shadows definitely makes them worth the price, along with the versatility of the palette.

If you have been debating getting this palette, get it!  There have been palettes similar to this that also recently launched, such as the Tartelette Toasted Eyeshadow Palette, but I think the Naked Heat takes the cake.  Yes, the Toasted Palette is cheaper ($46), but I think the Naked Heat palette has more unique shades.  You also get a brush with the Urban Decay palette!  I also find the Urban Decay shadows to be higher quality, so I think it is worth the extra $8.

I’m so glad I have this palette in my collection!  One of my favorite looks uses Scorched and Low Blow in the crease, Cayenne in the low crease and outer corner, En Fuego in the outer V/lash line of the upper lid to deepen the look, and Scorched all over the lid.  Spray your brush with some MAC Fix Plus to really make that metallic shadow pop.  I also smoke out the lower lash line with Scorched.  It’s the perfect burnt orange/rose gold eye look and I always get compliments on it!

Let me know what your favorite eyeshadow palette has been this season!

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