Urban Decay Petite Heat Review
The Urban Decay Petite Heat Palette was recently released and it’s one palette that really caught my eye.
I would venture to say that 99% of the makeup looks I wear are ones made up from warm-toned nude shadows.
So, this palette immediately looked like one I would use frequently and would have a place in my beauty bin.
The Petite Heat palette is made up of 6 warm toned matte shadows.
The highlight shade is quite soft and subtle, but aside from that one shadow, the eyeshadows in this palette are all quite pigmented.
Shades in Palette:
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
I found these shadows to all blend and build up very easily.
I have really enjoyed using it to create a variety of looks and I know it’ll be a palette I turn to often in the future, and will be a definite go-to when I head away on holiday.
This palette retails for $36.00 CAD which is expensive for such a small palette.
In my opinion, if you already have the larger heat palette then you would not also need this in your collection.
If you’re like me and do not currently own the original heat palette, and love warm-toned shadows then this would be a great palette for you.
I am thrilled to have it in my collection and I would definitely re-purchase it.
See my full review + this makeup tutorial on my Youtube Channel: