Tutorial Week: Naked Heat Palette

On Friday I picked up Urban Decay’s fabulous new palette, Naked Heat (see my review here). I’ve been playing around with it and have decided to do three eyeshadow looks this week. Today’s look is more natural and understated, which makes it perfect for work, or perhaps school if there are no rules against makeup. If you want to find out how to get a natural look from the Naked Heat palette, then keep reading.


The first thing I do whenever I’m using eyeshadow or eyeliner, is to prime my eyelid. This makes the eyeshadow more vivid and makes it last longer, whilst also reducing the chances of creasing. I am a big fan of the Urban Decay Primer Potion as it is lightweight and keeps my eyeshadow looking perfect all day.


Using a small shadow brush I applied the shade Chaser, a pale beige shade, all over my lid as a transition colour and base because it is similar to the colour of my skin. After that I used a fluffy crease brush to blend Sauced, a muted orange shade, into my eye crease, making sure there were no harsh lines. Then I took a tiny amount of He Devil, a red shade, and blended this on top of Sauced. Once I was happy there were no harsh lines, using a small shadow brush I applied Sauced, and a small amount of He Devil, under my eyes to balance out the look. Then I brushed Ounce, a shimmery white shade, under my brow bone to highlight before adding mascara to my top and bottom lashes.


I hope you guys like this look and will wear it in the future. I’m quite new to doing tutorials on this blog, so if you have any tips or feedback then don’t hesitate to comment them below.

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