3 Fierce Color Combinations to Try With the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

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While you might prefer packing away your palettes and switching up your makeup as the season begins to change, there’s no reason to completely revamp your beauty routine—it’s as simple as trying new color combinations you might not have originally thought about using before. From metallic-swiped lids to crimson shadow and dramatic liner, the bolder the better reigns supreme for fall eyes—and you can easily create three trendy fall looks using one of the most popular summer beauty palettes. Bonus: You might already have in your arsenal. We’re talking the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette ($54; sephora.com).

We turned to the pros at Urban Decay, who broke down three fall-ready combinations that are bound to transform your beauty routine.

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LOOK 1: Getting Warmer

“Getting Warmer is the softer side of Naked Heat, ideal for the everyday makeup wearer who might not be ready to jump right into the deeper shades of the palette.”

  1. Apply Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion to entire eye area.
  2. Using Naked Heat, highlight inner corner and brow bone with Ounce Eyeshadow.
  3. Sweep Sauced Eyeshadow into crease.
  4. Deepen outer corner and crease with Low Blow Eyeshadow.
  5. For a spotlight effect, apply Chaser Eyeshadow on center of lid.
  6. Finish the look with Heat Vice Lipstick.
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LOOK 2: Inferno

“Inferno is a “smoked-out burgundy” look. For those ready to take things up a notch and create a sultry, smoky eye.”

  1. Apply Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion to entire eye area.
  2. Using Naked Heat, sweep Cayenne Eyeshadow into crease.
  3. Deepen outer corner with En Fuego Eyeshadow and wrap around to lower lash line.
  4. Apply Alkaline 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil over entire lid and smudge out. Press Ashes Eyeshadow over Alkaline.
  5. To create a spotlight effect, press Ember Eyeshadow on center of lid.
  6. Using Perversion Razor Sharp Liquid Eyeliner, create a cat eye.
  7. Finish the look with Fuel Vice Lipstick.
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LOOK 3: Scorched

“Scorched is an ‘on-trend-terra-cotta’ shade. For the makeup junkie who wants a little edge, this is an intermediate-level look that’s hot right now and totally doable.”

  1.  Apply Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion to entire eye area.
  2. Heavily apply Torch 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil over lid and lower lash line, blending into a soft, graphic shape.
  3. Using Naked Heat, press He Devil Eyeshadow on lid and blend up into crease.
  4. Using a damp brush, apply Scorched Eyeshadow to lid, creating a cat-eye shape.
  5. Highlight brow bone with Ounce Eyeshadow.
  6. Using Alkaline 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil, create a cat eye on upper lash line and outer corner of lower lash line.
  7. Finish the look with Scorched Vice Lipstick.

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