Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat | Review

Back before I was about to go to Norway I decided to go and look at travel sized eyeshadow palettes, long story short I decided not to purchase any since I brought so much with me anyway (post on that is here).

Once again I ended up at Kicks in Oslo and decided I may as well buy it after walking past it 3 times trying to decide.

So, ready to find out about it? (even though it was released aaaages ago and I’m late)

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If you’re looking for a palette which gives you gorgeous oranges, great base colours and a perfect plum, you’re in luck with this one.

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(Top to Bottom) Inhale, Vibrate, Hot Spell, Wild Thing, Heist & Strike

All swatches were with a finger and no base.

The amount of pigment these shadows have is incredible, they blend out beautifully and don’t move throughout the day. I’ve noticed they have a bit of fall out in the palette when you’re applying them, but nothing too dramatic that it’s a huge negative for me. Another thing I noticed was the colour ‘strike’ actually left a bit of a stain afterwards, but I was able to remove it with a makeup wipe after a while.

So, do I think it’s worth buying?

If you’re looking for a palette which will have you set for any warm toned look, I definitely think it’s worth purchasing. Urban Decay absolutely hit the nail on the head with this palette and I’m so happy I decided to purchase it, it’s definitely a palette I’ll be using often!

What do you think of this palette? Have you bought it or do you want to? Let me know below!

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