Urban Decay Naked Petite Palette Review & Swatches

Naked Petite Heat Palette review and swatches www.calibeaute.com

Urban Decay officially released the Urban Decay Petite Palette on their website today. It’s inspired by their best selling Naked Heat palette, which I absolutely love, featured here and here. It’s a well edited version of the Naked Heat palette and comes in a six pan compact that features matte shades in warm, burnished tones.  


Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Palette Review and swatches www.calibeaute.com

I adore the packaging which is housed in a slim, sturdy mirrored compact that is perfect to take on-the-go. You’ll be happy to read that you still get full size pans of each shadow. All the shades featured are NEW and each shadow pan is arranged from the lightest to deepest shade.The exterior packaging also features emblazoned roses that gives it very modern, edgy effect.  The palette is priced at $29.

Urban Decay Naked Petite Palette review and swatches www.calibeaute.com

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)

Urban Decay Petite Heat Swatches

Swatches L to R: Inhale, Vibrate, Hot Spell, Wild Thing, Heist, and Strike


Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Palette Review and swatches www.calibeaute.com


The shade selection is absolutely beautiful. You can create a simple look or go for a more smoldering, defined look with the shades Strike and Heist. You can even use some of the lighter shades as transition shades with your Naked Heat Palette.  You still, however, have all the shades you need to create a cohesive look with the Petite Heat alone. With Urban Decay’s Pigment Infusion System™, the shadows are on par with what I’ve come to expect—-pigment rich shadows that are smooth, long wearing, and effortlessly easy to blend.

As a warm toned eyeshadow lover, I am impressed with the shade selection, the quality of the shadows as well as the convenience of taking a smaller, edited version on the go. In short, it’s love and I think it’s totally worth checking out.

It’s currently available on the Urban Decay website and you can expect to find it at Sephora and Ulta soon.

Will you be picking this up?




*Thank you Urban Decay for providing this sample to share with my readers. All opinions are my own and some links are affiliated. See my full disclosure for details. 




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