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I was just casually shopping in my favorite city Breda and suddenly stumbled across ICI Paris XL, our local store, and saw a huge promotion picture with the Urban Decay Naked Palette Petite Heat. Since I don’t own the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette, I was immediately triggered. I didn’t plan on buying the palette just yet but my dad was with me and decided to gift it! I’m so excited to share my review with you today.
As I said before, I don’t own the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette but this Petite Heat palette is inspired by the original/bigger one. I always doubted if I wanted the Naked Heat palette but now I have the Petite Heat palette, I don’t think I need it anymore.
The Urban Decay Naked Palette Petite Heat is literally everything I’m looking for in an eyeshadow palette. I really found out how I like more brownish/orangy colors nowadays and this palette fits perfectly with my vibes. It has my neutral shades but also the warmer orangy shades. I fell in love the moment I saw it and my dad was so kind as to gift it to me!
The thing I like most about this all is that every time I see this palette, it reminds me of this day and that moment with my dad. I love to gather these memories with my family.
Urban Decay Naked Palette Petite Heat
The Petite Heat Palette contains 6 different shades and a mirror as well. The shades included in this palette are:
- Inhale (cream demi-matte)
- Vibrate (soft nude matte)
- Hot Spell (terracotta matte)
- Wild Thing (scorched orange matte)
- Heist (rich cayenne matte)
- Strike (rich reddish-brown matte)
What you need to know about the Urban Decay Petite Heat
“This is one hot little palette. Naked Petite Heat is a compact eyeshadow palette featuring six all-new scorched neutrals inspired by our 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.
The ultra-compact packaging was made for travel and fits in your smallest purse. But don’t let its petite exterior fool you—it contains full-size pans of our legendary Eyeshadow and a mirror. Emblazoned with burning roses, this hot commodity will be your go-to palette.
Use each shade alone or pair them up with your favorite shadows to create endless sizzling eye looks. Some of our new favorites are Hot Spell, our latest terra-cotta obsession, and Strike, a rich reddish brown. Feel like totally going up in flames? Try Wild Thing, a burnt orange shade, or Heist, a rich cayenne, for extra spice. Better yet, you can use these matte shades as a base to pair with your 12-shade Naked Heat palette.
Because you deserve serious staying power and shadow that doesn’t flake or fade out on you, every shade in Naked Petite Heat contains our Pigment Infusion System™, the proprietary blend of ingredients that gives each shade its velvety texture, rich color and blendability.”– Urban Decay Cosmetics
Urban Decay Naked Palette Petite Heat Swatches
Look at these colors! So pretty! All of them swatched really smooth, however, I feel like the texture of Strike is a bit different than the other shades. The texture of the other shades is a bit softer and easier to pick up on the finger. Nevertheless, it totally works fine on the eyes!
All the shades are very pigmented and easy to blend. It’s a lovely palette to work with as a more advanced makeup user but I’m positive this will be perfect for makeup beginners too. The palette contains very basic, neutral tones for a perfect day to day look.
You’ll have some kickback in the pan if you use this palette, but I didn’t have any fallout on the face. I would recommend tapping off the brush, just to be sure you won’t have any fallout.
The pigmentation is definitely amazing too while swatching the palette on the arm as well as using the shadows on the eyes. Even the lighter shades are easily showing up on my eyes, you don’t need to dig into this Urban Decay Naked palette to get some payoff.
What do you think of this palette? Do you have this baby in your collection already? Let me know in the comments. 🙂