A Warm Copper Look with Urban Decay Naked Heat

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About this Look

First time using the new Urban Decay Naked Heat palette!  I wanted to use Lumbre on the center of the lid for more of a halo effect, as the majority of the shades in the palette were fairly dark, and I built the look from there.  

Step-by-Step Guide

  • Inner lid: Dirty Talk
  • Middle of lid: Lumbre
  • Outer lid: Scorched, Ember
  • Crease: En Fuego
  • Deep crease: Ashes
  • Above crease: Low Blow
  • Brow bone: Chaser, Ounce
  • Lower lash line:  Alkaline (waterline), Torch, Dirty Talk 
  • Cheeks:  Paranoid on lower cheek, almost like a contour, Indecent to brighten the apples, Sin to highlight
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I agree! I’ve seen so many pictures of this palette already, and the various lighting has made it look different from what it really is. Also saw a video (direct from UD, I think) with some eye looks that were particularly badly done. Your look nails the vibe of the palette.

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