I love Urban Decay Eye Shadows. Especially, the quality and the range of colors. They are the first to introduce the warm and cool colors. And, Urban Decay Naked palettes were one of my first beauty purchase ever!
Do you love your Urban Decay Naked palettes so much like me ? But, always found it difficult to carry while travelling. Presenting one cute and compact little palette. Naked Petite Heat – $29.00 is a compact eyeshadow palette featuring six all-new scorched neutrals inspired by UD’s own Naked Heat.
With five matte shades for lid, crease and liner, plus one demi-matte highlighting shade, it has everything you need to create looks that range from soft and sultry to flat-out fire.
It’s ultra-compact packaging is perfect for travel.
Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Palette – $29.00
Packaging – Beautiful exterior with Urban Decay Logo and palette name in gold—Inside, it contains full-size pans of six legendary Eyeshadows and a mirror.
Fill Weight: 6 x 1.3 g POIDS NET/NET WT. 6 x 0.04 oz
Price – $29.00
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INHALE (cream demi-matte)
VIBRATE (soft nude matte)
HOT SPELL (terra-cotta matte)
WILD THING (scorched-orange matte)
HEIST (rich cayenne matte)
STRIKE (rich reddish-brown matte)
Shade, Formula – If you are into warm toned colors, this palette is perfect for you. Can be used by anyone who loves matte eyeshadows. Best suited for day time colors. I found all of the colors super easy to blend and apply. Silky while blending and finely-milled.The color pay-off is excellent. None of the shades have fallouts whatsoever. The highlighter shade, ‘Inhale’ and darkest shade, ‘Strike’ was not as soft to touch like other shades while swatching. But, blended perfectly and was easy to pick using the brush. All of the colors brings out the best warm tones ever!
Pigmentation – Amazing color-payoff. The formula is exactly what you’d expect from Urban Decay; smooth, pigmented, long-wearing and easily blendable. Love how soft and easy it’s to blend. Intense color on lids. Love the pigmentation
INHALE (cream demi-matte) – Very pretty highlighter shade. best for brow bone highlighting and for inner corners. Was hard to touch while swatching. But, easy to blend once color is packed.
VIBRATE (soft nude matte) – beautiful color. Also perfect if you want a soft color on one third of the lids and pair with a darker color.
HOT SPELL (terra-cotta matte) – my favorite transition color from the palette. It blends super easily
WILD THING (scorched-orange matte) – Beautiful shade perfect for a brown/orange brown smokey eye combination
HEIST (rich cayenne matte) – Very pretty earthy warm brown color. Lovely on lids. My go to color these days!
STRIKE (rich reddish-brown matte) – perfect for outer V and this shade can be the perfect outer V color for various smokey eye looks
Longevity – These shades lasts for a very long time without fading. I love the staying power of the eyeshadows.
Here are the swatches of Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Palette ; double swipes without any primer underneath.
Overall, I think its a great palette for warmer skintones. If you are into warm orange or brown shades- You can consider buying this instead of spending more on the Naked Heat Palette. If you already own the Naked Heat Palette, You can give this a miss as majority of the shades have dupes in the Naked Heat Palette. This is perfect as a gift for someone who is not much into eyeshadows and only need some essential brown and everyday colors.
Availability – The Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette retails for $29.00 and is currently available at urbandecay.com
Have you tried Urban Decay Naked Petite Palette ?
** Product sent by Urban Decay for review purpose.
Such a great idea to shrink it down! I always get annoyed at having to carry around a huge palette, and I’m always worried about it getting busted up in my luggage. Love this solution!
Ooh this looks right up my alley! I wear a lot of warm neutrals for my eye makeup, so this looks perfect!
I’ve heard good things about this palette – I like the idea of just having few shades but they aren’t the right shades for me… so I wish they would do something similar with cooler colours!