Urban Decay’s Hot New Naked Palette and More Are Coming to Us This July

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Warm tone eyeshadows have always been a hit among many skin tones due to its versatility. It’s about time that every makeup bag’s staple, aka the Naked palette, releases an all-warm palette featuring universally flattering shades like browns, burnt oranges, and rich siennas. Feel the heat with Urban Decay’s latest inclusion in the Naked family called the Naked Heat, where velvety shadows in matte and glitzy textures sit side by side for a sultry look in the day and smoky look for the later hours. The 12-shade amber-hued neutrals are the next coveted palette, in line with the already well-loved Urban Decay Naked Palettes.

Described as “the most shade-driven Naked Palette” by the brand, you’d be surprised to know that some of the colours incorporated into the palette are derived from other palettes like ‘Bitter’ (a reddish-brown matte) from Vice4 and ‘Extra Bitter’ (a burnt orange matte) from Naked Ultimate Basics. If you’ve hit pan on your older Naked Palettes, there’s no hesitating when it comes to the irresistibly smooth neutrals in the Naked Heat Palette that comes along with the double-ended UD Pro Brush included with every Naked Palette. Travelling becomes easy with 12 easy-to-blend shades and a functional two-in-one eye brush that carries the Blending Brush at one end, and the Detailed Crease brush at the other.

Designed to look like a matchbox, every shade contained within the Naked Heat Palette features the brand’s Pigment Infusion System™ that gives each shadow intense pigment, amazing staying power, and blend-ability. The sunset colours ensure that no eye-look is too hard to achieve thanks to the incredible formula, making it easier for everyone to transition shades like a pro. No more worrying about whether or not any of the colours fit your skin tone, the Naked Heat Palette is designed with the kind of flexibility that allows you to be playful with makeup.

But wait, there’s actually more to it. The Naked Heat Palette inspired UD to create three rich and warm limited edition Vice Lipsticks and two new permanent shades of 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil. Although the additional products are made to match the Naked Heat Palette, there’s no denying that each individual product looks good on its own as well. Known for its rich payout and superior colour dispersion, the three upcoming limited edition Vice Lipsticks feature ‘Fuel’ (warm peachy nude cream), ‘Heat’ (metallised burnt red-gold), and ‘Scorched’ (metallised copper). For a waterproof but creamy eyeliner experience, switch your standard black for the new 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in ‘Alkaline’ (deep wine) and ‘Torch’ (the perfect sienna).

The entire collection will be available at any Urban Decay freestanding stores and all Sephora outlets nationwide July onwards. The Naked Heat Palette is priced at RM230, while the Vice Lipsticks are priced at RM75 each alongside the 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil at RM85. 

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