It’s sizzling, hot and blazing with beautiful shades and nestled in retro vibe packaging. It’s the latest must-have product from Urban Decay that will leave your mouth watering for more – it’s the Urban Decay Heat Palette and Collection. It’ll get you so shook you’ll need to jump into the pool to cool yourself off 😉
With 12 sweltering all-new amber hued tones that can go from sunrise to sunset. In this palette you’ll find red-brown mattes to glistering bronzes, you can take this palette for a casual day look to a heated evening look.
The pigment is on point as per usual from Urban Decay. Plus the shades are buttery and so easy to blend.
The beautiful shades in this palette are very true to the name, they bring the heat!
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)
My favourite shade is Scorched, from the moment I saw a picture of this palette when it was released overseas, I knew that would be my colour. I’m also really drawn to Ashes and Ember. They are perfect for creating more of a smokey eyed look.
This palette will retail for R850.00 and will be available from the new V&A Waterfront Urban Decay store (Cape Town) on the 19th of August and the store in Menlyn (Pretoria) from the 12th of August and then will roll out afterwards .
Along with this flaming palette, there are 3 limited edition lipsticks (in copper packaging eeeeeek) and 2 eyeliners.
The lipsticks included are Fuel (warm peachy nude cream); Heat (metallized burnt red-gold) and Scorched (metallized copper). Fuel is great for every day but I feel that Heat and Scorched are more night time lipsticks with their metallic finish.
R240.00 (limited edition).
The final touch to this collection is the two 27/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Torch (amber toned) and Alkaline (deep red wine). Both are very creamy thanks to the Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E and Cottonseed Oil that all the eyeliners contain.
I personally prefer Alkaline, I just feel you can use it with a lot more looks but Torch is great to add that extra orange tint to your look.
This whole collection is just so beautiful! I used it to create a day look and more of an evening look (see below) and can’t wait to film a makeup look with it soon for you guys!
Eyelid: Low Blow
Outer Crease: Lumbre
Eyeliner: Alkaline & Torch
Outer Crease: Ember
ps: You’ll want to keep an eye out on my blog next week, I may be having an hot giveaway 😉 Comment below if you’re excited for it!