Urban Decay Naked Petite Palette


Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat  is a compact eyeshadow palette featuring six all-new scorched neutrals inspired by our own Naked Heat. This is one hot little palette. 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,  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.

Shades included:

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)

I skipped the Naked heat simply because I felt shades are too red for me. When you have pale/light complexion pulling off shades that have a lot of red can be challenging. Red on the eyes makes me look tired and sick. I do love warm shades but more leaning to brown, golden and bronze. When I saw a preview of the Petite Heat I immediately thought how amazing it’s going to look on medium and darker skin tones. I did not think I could wear them without looking ridiculously red around the eyes but I was wrong. All of the shades can be toned down and worn as a softer eye look. I do love the rest of the Naked Basics and I grew to like a more matte look as opposed to shimmery (which I used to wear a lot). As with any other matte shadows, I think there is a learning curve on application and blending. Of course, make sure to prime the lids (I use Urban Decay Anti-aging eye primer) and find the brush that is denser, so it will pick up more product. I like to start with lighter shades and build more if needed. In the look I posted below I used Inhale all over the lid and more under the brow, Vibrate in the middle of the lid, Hot spell as a transition color just above the crease, Heist, and Strike in the outer V and in the crease. Shadows wore well for 12 hours without smudging, fading or fallout. Urban Decay shadows are one of the best on the market and I love how they have an enormous variety of shades and finishes.  And can we talk about super cute compact? It is on fire! So so hot!





Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat retails for 29$ and can be found at Ulta, Sephora … and on the Urban Decay website.



PR sample / As always all opinions are my own. 





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