Let me start by saying how much I really love this palette. I own the Naked 1 and 2 palettes and to be honest they get carried around in my kit, are put out at most jobs and never used, the only 2 colour’s I seem to use are Sin (which I bought as a full size single) and half baked which is a beautiful gold colour.
I think this is due to the fact that there seem to be quite a lot of frosted colour’s in there and I prefer matte I thought the palettes seemed pointless if I was only going to use 1 or 2 colour’s so didn’t entertain Naked 3 or the smokey palette.
When Heat was released I was drawn in by the range of colour’s as lots of clients ask for very warm pinks and oranges, but I was a little hesitant as I thought it might just be something else I carry around and not use.
If I’m being totally honest I bought it on a whim, not really looking or testing the colour’s, there seemed to be so much buzz about it I just wanted to say I owned it.
When I first started using it WOW! I fell straight in love with it, every single colour I will use. The shades I would use for transition (the colour to blend out the dark into the light) and for deepening up the crease are all matte, which is a must for me and the colour’s that are shimmery are bright and pigmented for the lid.
The colour pay off with this palette is great and the eyeshadow’s apply really well they have a beautiful buttery texture which means very little fall down.
The palette is priced at £39.50 and contains 12 x 1.3g /0.05oz eyeshadows, a decent sized mirror and a brush (which I never use).
If you are in two minds about this palette, honestly go for it you won’t be disappointed!
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