Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Palette (Review & Swatches)

Get ready to sizzle….again! If Urban Decay’s Naked HEAT palette last year was enough to raise temperatures then the launch of their pint-sized version this month should also be heating things up! Both palettes include on-trend orange & reddish brown eye shadows – I mean what’s there not to love?. The new Naked Petite Heat palette ($29 USD/$36 CAD) is quite the hot little palette! It includes 5 beautiful matte shadows for the lid, crease and liner and 1 demi-matte highlighting shadow. Naked Petite Heat offers a neutral vibe, a punch of colour and a compact size, making it perfect for travel!   

The full-sized Naked Heat palette comes with 12 shadows and while the Petite version only has 6 – they are still all full-sized shadows. The mini palette also includes a mirror and comes in sturdy packaging embossed with burning roses. It is also void of any unnecessary applicators that usually get tossed out anyways. Each of the Naked Petite Heat shadows can be worn alone or paired together to create a number of different looks ranging from soft to sultry! The mattes in this palette can also be used as a base and paired with any of the amber-hued neutrals in the full-sized Naked Heat palette. They also make wonderful transition shades. In terms of performance, I had no issue with fallout with any of these shadows and every shade was velvety smooth and easy to blend. A solid 5 stars from me for such an itty bitty palette! 

Inhale – warm light beige with a satin sheen 

Vibrate – soft nude matte 

Hot Spell – terracotta matte (with orange undertones)

Wild Thing – scorched-orange matte  

Heist – rich cayenne matte  

Strike – deep, reddish-brown matte  

Swatched below in reverse order from L-R.