NYX Ultimate Eyeshadow Palette Warm Neutrals vs. Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

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*Both brands are certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant. Kayla Says: Naked Heat is $54 while NYX is $18. Both palettes look extremely similar & NYX does have 4 additional shades. L'Oreal both owns NYX & Urban Decay which leads me to believe that the NYX palette was going to be very similar to HEAT and I was right. When swatching both palettes side by side I noticed quite a few shades were basically the same. Ember, Ashes, En Fuego, Scorched, Dirty Talk, Low Blow & Sauced from the HEAT palette were found in the NYX palette. When using both palettes to make an eye look I noticed that the HEAT matte eyeshadows were a bit easier to blend than the ones in the NYX palette. Both palettes had great pigmented shimmers & they were easy to apply to the eyelid with your finger. I did not need setting spray to get color payoff. Both eye looks lasted all day. In the end, I think both palettes are great. If you have all the Naked palettes already I would swing for the HEAT, however, if you’re looking for similar warm shades you can get them with the NYX palette and not have to spend $54 to do so. A great dupe!

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