Urban Decay‘s Naked Heat Palette ($54) and subsequent launches (hello, Naked Petite Heat) have inspired devoted fans as much as the OG Naked collection. If you love the fiery finish of the palettes, listen up because Urban Decay has recently launched seven neutral Vice Lipstick shades that are inspired by the Naked Petite Heat Palette.
If you need a refresher, the Naked Petite Heat was a mini version of the original and featuring six warm neutral shades. They ranged from ivory to red to a warm purple. The new Vice Lipsticks ($18) draw inspiration from these colors but come in a mix of easy-to-wear neutrals.
The shades include: Trip (matte brown brick rose), Singe (metallic deep red wine with shimmer), Fuel 2.0 (deep peachy nude), First Sin (creamy peach with satin shift), Faith (metallic rose gold), Ember (metallic copper-burgundy), and En Fuego (matte burgundy).
If you’re a fan of the Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks, you will know that the brand recently released a number of new launches, including a palette inspired by the most popular shade, Backtalk. Now, we have the reverse happening.
What’s more, the lippies are beloved for their vast range of colors, pigmented formula and range of formulas. The Naked Heat Lipsticks are no different as they come in a range of finishes and offer excellent color payoff.
The Naked Petite Heat-inspired lipsticks are available to shop now at UrbanDecay.com.