Dupes for Urban Decay Naked Heat
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From the second Urban Decay's Naked Heat palette dropped, it became a a sizzling success. The blend of warm rosy tones, fiery reds, and deep burgundies makes it a great option for anyone looking to add a little zest to their everyday shadow skills.
But as popular a pick this is, it comes at a $54 price tag. But don't fret. You can get similar warm toned palettes at a fraction of the price. See which products Influensters and the beauty world are saying give the Naked Heat palette a run for its money.
Since Naked Heat popped onto the scene, makeup lovers have been raving that NYX's Ultimate Shadow Palette in Warm Neutrals boasts similar rose and gold tones. And with 16 shadow options in this palette, you even get a few more shades than Heat for $17.99.
Want just the boldest and brightest of Heat? Smashbox's mini Cover Shot palette in Ablaze serves up the hottest hues. With eight warm-toned shadows this makes for a suitable alternative for several of the most popular shadows in UD's palette. Plus, this one comes in at only $29.
I've had this for a week and have tried all of the shadows, and they work like a charm. They are very pigmented, and it took a couple of tries to get used to the right technique, but with a light hand they blended perfectly. I love that I do not need a primer with these. I use them for work at an elderly caring center, and after a long day my shadow still look the same as they did when applied.
All the colors really suit my warm, fair skin, and I do think this colorscheme can suit a lot of skintones.
The two lightest shades are a good lid base, and the pale yellow also works good for setting my under eye concealer. The three brown shade on the left side makes a perfect everyday-look that make blue and green eyes pop! With some black in the crease you can go from day to night in a few seconds (and I have tried to smoke the look up 7 hours after putting on the first layer, and it still looks good!!) ...read more
Makeup Revolution's 16-shade palette takes the fire of UD and pushes it to the rosy extreme. Although this palette tends to be a little bit on the pinkish side, it's still a great and pocket-friendly palette—it's only $12—for anyone craving a warm option in the beauty bag.
e.l.f. has long been known to deliver high quality, on-trend palette alternatives to much higher priced brands. We're eyeing the Summer Breeze color way of the Mad for Matte Eyeshadow Palette for a fantastic sub for Heat. And at $10, it's a total steal.
Coming in with colors that we dare say are even more fiery than Urban Decay is ColourPop. The $16 Yes, Please! contains 12 red hot hues that can be blended to create any sunset, blushing eye look imaginable.