Urban Decay’s Naked palette collection keeps expanding. The brand will drop another flame-hued Naked Heat eye-shadow palette next month, and it’s a far cry from the purple shadow founder Wende Zomnir used to wear every day. Petite Heat, the brand’s eighth Naked palette, includes six fiery neutrals, a more practical alternative for those who find Urban Decay’s typical 12-shade palettes overwhelming.
Five of the shades are matte while one, Inhale, is a semi-matte finish and works best as a highlighter. All of the shades are new and use what the brand calls a Pigment Infusion System, a formulation method which makes them vibrant, blendable, and long lasting. The shades are: Inhale (cream), Vibrate (peachy nude), Hot Spell (terracotta), Wild Thing (burnt orange), Heist (cayenne), and Strike (reddish-brown).
The eye shadows can be used dry or wet for more intensity. The warm-toned shades can make subtly sultry looks or more daring smoky ones. Even though Petite Heat is half the size of the original palette, it still has full-size eye-shadow pans. The palette itself is covered with burning roses and includes a mirror on the inside for on-the-go use.
With the release of the palette comes two eyeliners and three limited-edition lipsticks that also fit into the Heat collection. The soft 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils come in a deep wine shade (Alkaline) as well as a sienna hue (Torch), and can withstand the hottest of yoga classes. The lipsticks come in the brand’s creamy Vice formula and colors like Fuel (peachy nude), Heat (metallic burnt red-gold), and Scorched (metallic copper).
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