Monday, March 5, 2018

Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and the product featured was provided for review. Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches Released last summer, the Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette was a big hit. So naturally, Urban Decay is expanding its burnt neutral color collection with a mini palette aptly named the Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette ($36 CAD). Featuring six brand new shades, this travel-friendly palette is perfect for creating the effortless, scorching hot look. To see some swatches and read my review of the palette, click......
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette
Packaging:
The Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette comes in a small and sleek plastic compact not much bigger than a credit card. Instead of the elaborate double-layered lid design of the full-sized Naked Heat palette, the Naked Petite Heat has a simple gold-embossed print on the outside. On the inside, there's a decently-sized mirror and six shadows each weighing at 1.3g (same as that of the full-sized palette).
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette
Formulation:
With one satin and five mattes, the Naked Petite Heat is a neutral everyday palette inspired by the Naked Heat Palette (reviewed here). However, all six shades are new creations not found in the original and each is beautifully pigmented. With the exception of "Strike", which swatches just a tad patchy, the shadows are silky, creamy, and finely-milled. See below for a breakdown of all six shades, along with comparisons to the full-sized Naked Heat Palette.
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette
Inhale: The only satin out of the palette, Inhale is a light cream champagne with a hint of pink. This shade is similar to "Ounce" from the Naked Heat palette but it is pinker in comparison.
Vibrate: This is a matte brown beige perfect as a blending/transition shade. It is comparable to "Chaser" from the original but it's pinker in comparison.
Hot Spell: A warm brown beige, Hot Spell is a great all-over-the-lid and crease color. This shade does not appear to have a dupe in the original palette.
Wild Thing: A burnt orange matte, Wild Thing is a lighter, brighter version of "He Devil" from the original palette.
Heist: A reddish gingerbread brown matte, Heist is creamy and pigmented. This shade is similar to "En Fuego" but a touch warmer.
Strike: This is a matte burgundy brown. The shadow swatches a bit patchy but it blends just fine on the lids. This shade is pretty similar to "Ashes" from Naked Heat.
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette: Review and Swatches
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette
Here is a look I created using the palette. To complete the burnt orange look, I used TheBalm Instain Blush in "Swiss Dot" (reviewed here), the bareMinerals GEN NUDE lipstick in "Panko" (reviewed here), the MAC Beauty Powder in "Pearl Sunshine" (reviewed here), and the IT Cosmetics Superhero Liner (reviewed here).
Urban Decay | Naked Petite Heat Eyeshadow Palette
Overall, this is an excellent mini palette for those lusting over toasted browns and burnt oranges. If you already have Naked Heat, then this one may be a pass as most of the shades have a comparable dupe in the original palette. And if you are deciding between this and the full-sized palette, I'd definitely recommend getting this first and seeing how the shades work with your complexion and eye color before delving into the full-sized palette.
What are your thoughts on this mini palette? Do you own the original Naked Heat? Share with me in the comments below!

Availability:
Urban Decay is available in stores and online at Sephora, Shoppers Drug Mart, freestanding Urban Decay stores and UrbanDecay.ca
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