5 Naked Heat Eyeshadow Tutorials That Will Change How You Use Your Favorite Palette
So you bought the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette — or at the very least you’re thinking about it. For starters, congratulations, you’ve made an investment in upping your eyeshadow game, and you are now the proud owner of one of the most versatile makeup palettes in the game. But now you have to figure out how to use it. For major inspo, watch these Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette makeup tutorials by the most talented beauty gurus in the game, ahead:
The Glam Look You’ll Want to Rock This Fall
This gradient smoky eye by Leyla Rose has us ready for fall and beyond. It’s perfect for days you want to rock a full glam look but still feels approachable. The thick wing and cut-crease may seem intimidating at first, but trust us — it’s easier than you think.
A Dramatic, All-Matte Beat
If a full glam, matte cut crease is the goal, this tutorial by Cait Marks is a must see. In the tutorial ahead she creates a matte makeup look using Urban Decay Naked Heat and it’s mini, sister palette Petite Heat. This tutorial isn’t for the faint of heart, but is mesmerizing whether you can nail the look or not.
Sarahy Delarosa creates a berry toned eyeshadow look using the Naked Heat Palette in the tutorial below — proving that Naked Heat might be the most versatile palette in your stash.
This orangey-bronze eye look by Brittney Enora is perfect for the beginner eyeshadow-wearer or someone who wants to find their new, everyday beat. We love this for those few weeks in between summer and fall — it’s the perfect transitional tutorial.
Sweater Weather Looks
Katerina Williams makes smoky eye looks for hooded eyes look easy. Katerina gets the most out of her Naked Heat Palette in the tutorial ahead, creating a warm, smoldering eye look that’s perfect for fall.