#MCFridayTreat is back and hotter than ever - this week we've got 10 Urban Decay Naked HEAT palette up for grabs for Marie Claire followers...
The long awaited palette of the Summer only came out yesterday and here at Marie Claire we’re offering 10 lucky followers the chance to get their hands on Urban Decay’s latest offering the Naked HEAT Palette.
If you thought Urban Decay’s Naked palettes were hot before, brace yourself — because their newest iteration is next level.
With 12 ALL-NEW, can’t-live-without, amber-hued neutrals—including warm browns, burnt oranges and rich siennas this palette really is worth the hyper. From a super-smooth red-brown matte and a glimmering copper to a deep, shifty bronze, it has everything you need to create sultry daytime looks, intensely smoky nighttime looks and everything in between.
The most shade-driven Naked palette Urban Decay have ever done, this palette takes Naked in a whole new direction. We’re completely hooked on the current cult-favorite neutrals: warm burnt reds, coppers, siennas and butterscotch. These shades look insanely flattering on any skin tone, and talk about HOT.
Worth £39.50 every one of the 12 shades in Naked Heat features Urban Decay’s Pigment Infusion System™, the proprietary blend of ingredients that gives each shade its velvety texture, rich color, serious staying power and blendability. Because with shades like these, you’ll want to blend the perfect sunset eye, and our formula makes it so easy to transition shades like a pro.
How to enter
For your chance to win one of these gorgeous palettes simply head over to our Twitter, follow us @marieclaireuk and retweet the #MCFridayTreat post.
Terms & Conditions
To enter all you have to do is follow @marieclaireuk on Twitter and retweet the #MCFridayTreat tweet, good luck! The competition ends at 11.59pm on Friday 28 July 2016 and the winners will be picked at random. UK addresses only. The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and non-negotiable. There is no cash alternative. UK addresses only. Prize may differ from image shown.