I recently decided I needed to have a cut down on buying make up aside from the essentials but as a self confessed Urban Decay addict when the Naked Petite Heat was released I couldn’t help myself, especially when it went on sale at Debenhams.
After the success of the Naked Heat and the Naked Basics I wasn’t surprised when they combined the two to create the Naked Petite Heat featuring six all-new eyeshadow colours. Including five matte shades and one demi-matte highlighting shade it allows you to create a range of looks from soft and sultry to bold and firey.
Use each shade alone or create a bold look building up a multitude of shades. As a big fan of a smokey eye on a night out I think this palette is great for creating such a look and gives you the option to build as dark or as light as you wish to go. Pair Vibrate and Hot Spell for a neutral day time look, and build with Wild Thing, Heist and Strike to create a bold evening look. You can also use the shadows as a matte base before building the colour and look with your Naked Heat palette.
Every shade within the Naked Petite Heat contains the patented Urban Decay Pigment Infusion System, a blend of ingredients that gives each shade its velvety texture, rich colour and blendability. Used on top of the Eyeshadow Primer Potion you will have a smoother finish, vibrant colours and no creasing.
The new shades included in the Petite Naked Heat are INHALE, a cream demi-matte highlighter, VIBRATE, a soft nude matte and HOT SPELL, a terracotta matte. WILD THING is a scorched orange matte, HEIST is a rich cayenne matte and STRIKE is a rich reddish-brown matte. Whilst the Petite Heat may be a smaller palette the eyeshadows are in full sized pans and the palette comes with a mirror so it’s perfect for travelling. Just don’t forget to pack your All Nighter Setting Spray to ensure you have the ultimate staying power.