Urban Decay Naked Heat and Vice Lipstick look πŸ’‹πŸ’„

Urban Decay Naked Heat makeup look on Stephanie Mulholland | The LDN Gal

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette and Vice Lipstick look

I love getting creative with an Urban Decay Naked Heat and Vice Lipstick look. Since its debut, the Urban Decay Naked Heat eyeshadow palette is a firm favourite of most. We waited a long time for some Autumnal hues and glitz to come into our lives.

I have to be honest, the palette is a dream come true, with a selection of warm matte, metallic and glitter-embellished shades ranging from nudes to browns to oranges to purples to reds. It is certainly like taking a walk and kicking up those Autumnal leaves in their spectrum of colours.

All of these wonderful blendable shades are contained within a sturdy case alongside a mirror and wondeful double-ended eyeshadow makeup brush. Stick to the lefthand side for daytime looks and go wild with the right hand side for vibrant nighttime looks.

 

Urban Decy Vice Lipstick 1993 Makeup Look - The LDN Gal

So, what do I think of the Naked Heat Palette and Vice Lipstick?

This face of the day is pretty simple in all honesty, it is an inspired Urban Decay Naked Heat palette look with a combination of the shades Sauced and Chaser (both lefthand shades).

This is becoming one of my quick and simpleΒ go-to daytime looks.Β Now, when we combine this with the perfect brown nude shade, we are onto a winner.

I have used the Urban Decay Comfort Matte Vice Lipstick in 1993, a beautiful warm-tone and satin finish brown shade with incredible pigmentation. It teams well with the Autumnal shades of the Naked Heat palette.

I have to be honest, at first I was a little bit intimidated with 1993 but the shade somehow worked with my pale skin tone a treat and proved itself longlasting throughout the day.

Have you tried the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette yet? Which is your favourite lipstick from the Comfort Matte Vice collection?

Stephanie xox

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