Summer is almost here, which means it’s time to ditch your neutral makeup in favour of something a little more vibrant and sun-appropriate – like the eyeshadow palette Urban Decay are set to be releasing.
The Naked palette every beauty type is obsessed with is getting a summery update, with tones of copper, burnt orange, and brown.
The beauty brand teased the new palette on their Instagram account last night, telling their many fans ‘Something hot is coming’ – which of course led fans into a bit of a frenzy.
The colours are said to be incredibly creamy and pigmented – which we’re totally excited for because we can finally say goodbye to that powdery finish, and say hello to something bold and sleek.
The shadows are also perfect for all skin tones – making the palette a ‘yes’ all-round.
Though one colour in particular is getting a ‘yes’ from Urban Decay’s co-founder Wende Zomnir – that being Lumbre, a sparkly orange shade that really catches your eye.
She told Allure that the colour gave her a ‘peachy, orange’ lid which she loved – so much so that she left the rest of her look pretty simple, with her colourful lids being the main feature.
Alongside Lumbre, Naked Heat features an array of other warm colours, including Ounce, a satin champagne colour, Chaser, a nude clay, and Dirty Talk, a fiery gold that’s set to make your eyes glow.
As a whole, Wende is incredibly happy with the palette – which despite its range is based on one already-manufactured colour, Riff, a shadow-filled shadow with natural orange tones.
Wende said: ‘I’ve never been able to say this about a Naked palette, but this is the first Naked palette that satisfies both my need for neutrals and my craving for rich, sexy color.’
We’re super excited to try out the palette – and of course to take many Instagram-worthy of an arm full of shimmery swatches.
If you’d like to get your hands on one, the palette, is set to be available for an exclusive pre-sale on the US Urban Decay website on 12 June at the price of $54 (£43) – otherwise the official release date is 30 June.
While the US site does ship internationally, we have contacted Urban Decay to find out whether the new palette will be available to in the UK.