Say hello to Urban Decay’s new mini Naked Heat palette
They say good things come in small packages and this palette will be no different!
Urban Decay has definitely set the bar when it comes to warm toned eyeshadow palettes. The brand's Naked Heat palette consisting of 12 matte and shimmer shadows easily became a fan favourite with its red-browns, deep bronzes, burnt oranges and multi-dimensional copper. However, I'm sure we can all agree when it comes to eyeshadow palettes, we have our go-to shades and don't really use an entire palette sometimes.
Urban Decay knows this too, so they decided to launch a Naked Petite Heat palette which gives you all the goodness of its big sister palette at half the shades and a much cheaper price. It includes six shades altogether – five matte shades and one highlighter shade. The palette also includes a mirror so this is the perfect product for travelling or the everyday woman on the go!
This isn't anything too crazy from the brand as it's done similar releases with its other Naked palettes and bringing out smaller, more affordable versions. The shades in this palette are not the exact same as the larger heat palette, so you can totally justify the purchase. The names of each shade are (from lightest to deepest): inhale, vibrate, hot spell, wild thing, heist and strike. Below you can see swatches of the colours and what each shade looks like on different skin tones.
Urban Decay is currently stocked at our favourite store, MECCA. It will launch on the 22 February in the US, so we can hopefully expect to see it soon after that date here in Australia. The other mini naked palettes retail for $47 so we think we can expect to see a similar price for this new up and comer.
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