Too Faced Then and Now is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $59.00 and contains 0.8 oz.
Too Faced Then and Now Cheers to 20 Years Eyeshadow Palette ($59.00 for 0.80 oz.) is exactly what I'd expect from the brand to celebrate their 20th anniversary. From the types of colors to the finishes to the color scheme and to the packaging, it's so on-brand that it really seemed fitting for this particular milestone. I thought the concept was interesting--taking their original 10 eyeshadows and then updating them--but what I'll say about that is I think I'd rather have seen them update the original shades (better formulations, slight tweaks for a modern interpretation) and then pairing them with 10 shades worked with them. Instead, the palette offers a distorted mirror image of the original 10, and I felt like it made the palette a little less cohesive than it should be for having 22 shades (I was definitely longing for some more satin/matte, deeper shades).
Overall, the quality was better than expected; better than the average for Too Faced and their limited edition palettes compared to the last few years (though I've seen some improvement over the last year here). There are several glittery shades, which suffer from your typical glitter eyeshadow problems, like glitter not binding with the base, fallout (during and after application), and so on. If you're someone who often users fingertips or dampened brushes (or a glitter adhesive), I suspect you'll be just fine working with this palette. Also, the palette is rather over-sized, so keep that in mind for organization and traveling purposes, but it certainly contains a ton of product for your money.
It all started with two boys, a dream, and glitter eyeshadow. Back in 1998 Too Faced launched the original 10 eyeshadows that brought fun and glamour back to the beauty industry. To celebrate their 20th birthday, this limited-edition palette features the original 10 shades—in a modern formula, of course—and 10 completely new shades, inspired by the originals, reimagined with a 2018 twist. Go ahead, overindulge—everything smells like yummy birthday cake.