Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection Release Date + Info

Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection
Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection

Release Date + Collection Info

Jerrod & Jeremy created Too Faced in 1998, bringing fun and glamour back to the beauty business. Now, 20 years later, Too Faced is celebrating their birthday with the ultimate anniversary collection.

Online 8/2, in-stores 8/4

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Products in the Launch

Then & Now Eyeshadow Palette, $59.00 (Limited Edition)

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.

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  • Twinkie Yellow gold metallic
  • Pixie Dust Olive beige with gold glitter
  • Dirt Bag Cool brown with gold shimmer
  • Rizzo Warm satin brown
  • Zsa Zsa Bubblegum pink with silver glitter
  • Temper Temper Metallic maroon
  • Trixie Lilac with holographic glitter
  • Villain Shifting blue violet
  • Ice Queen Icy blue with holographic glitter
  • Ooh & Aah Silver and black with silver glitter
  • Glitter Donut Gilded honey sparkle
  • Lost Boys Forest green sparkle
  • NSFW Silvered mocha sparkle
  • Gretchen Soft brown matte
  • Reality Star Magenta sparkle
  • I Can’t Even Matte merlot
  • Gigi Matte rose mauve
  • Shady Bitch Deep plum sparkle
  • Chill Out Royal blue sparkle
  • Ooh La La Black and gilded sand shimmer

Throw Back Lipstick, $22.00 (Limited Edition)

These updated, on-trend 10 shades—eight inspired by the original Too Faced lipstick bullets and two brand-new 20th anniversary shades—are formulated with a modern, creamy, glitter formula with avocado oil for creamy, comfortable wear. These full-coverage lipsticks feature a multi-reflective glitter finish for high-pigment sparkle payoff.

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  • Marcia Marcia Marcia Iridescent bubblegum pink with shifting glitter
  • Too Too Hot Iridescent garnet with shifting glitter
  • TF20 Iridescent electric pink with shifting glitter
  • Trampula Iridescent violet with shifting glitter
  • That Girl Iridescent bronze rose with shifting glitter
  • Pixie Stick Iridescent violet with shifting glitter
  • Miss Thing Iridescent champagne peach with shifting glitter
  • Hot Flash Iridescent plum merlot with shifting glitter
  • Hoochie Iridescent pewter with shifting glitter
  • Bionic Iridescent sterling aqua with shifting glitter

Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection
Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection

Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection
Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection

Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection
Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection

Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection
Too Faced Cheers to the 20 Years Collection

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The one thing I really like about this palette is the retro font treatment in gold on the packaging, though it’s more of a mid-century style than 1998. Very cool. On the negative side, I am very turned off by names like Shady B**ch, Hoochie, and Dirt Bag. A few of the shades appeal to me, but most don’t. So this will be a “no” for me.

Yeah, I saw 80’s and late 70’s block graffiti art, not 1998, too. Those shade names, though. Again with the trying to sound edgy, but they are instead coming off as lacking class and better creative thinking.
“Oh, I love that eyeshadow you have on, Nancy! What is it?”
“Thank you! It’s Shady B*tch! Glad you like it!”

Some of these shades are lovely and they appear to swatch nicely, although that is always the case with brand swatches. Will have to wait and see how they swatch and apply by others. I wonder about the birthday cake scent. I am imagining vanilla scented which is one of the better scents but assuming these will contain some type of artificial sugar and I am trying to avoid that as much as possible. This will be a pass for me unless some of the shades appear more unique than they do in swatches.

“Birthday Cake” scented just screams Sodium Saccharin to me. Making this palette an absolute no-go. These lip shades are somewhat interesting, though. Except for the fact that I don’t need any more lipsticks for 20 years! Hot Flash looks to be the most appealing shade to me personally.

I was totally jonesin’ for this palette until I saw the price. And when I looked at the shades more closely and got over my initial “oh, they’re so pretty and shiny,” I realized I would not reach for more than a handful of the shades. I had been second-guessing my decision to finally take the plunge on an ABH palette … I ordered Norvina yesterday … but seeing the deets on this, as well as your review and Isabella’s review on Norvina makes me feel better about the choice I made. This one’s a pass.

The packaging on the palette is cool. It looks like a retro sign for a restaurant or hotel. I’m interested in the lipsticks. I’m not sure about the palette. It’s pretty and sparkly, but one can never tell with Two Faced LE stuff any more.

Does anyone else think those are not real swatches? Like, they’re not actual product swatched directly onto skin but they’re just computer generated shades that are photoshopped onto random arms?

I get a bit huffy with swatches that are super built up and layered multiple times over primer so they look “nice” instead of actually showing what the pigmentation and texture is actually like, or swatches that have been digitally retouched and the colour intensity fiddled with (or the models have lengthened noodle arms!)… but this is some next level bulls**t, if they’re not actually real skin swatches. They look very flat and one dimensional and I am HIGHLY suspicious.

They aren’t real. They are exactly what you are reading them as – the brand has taken images of what it “should” look like and slapped them on some stock photo arms in MS Paint. This is the quickest turn off for me, as well. I get so frustrated, especially when it’s a supposed “prestige”-mid-high brand that should know better — and definitely have the marketing budget to hire people to get it done right.

Unless for some reason they aren’t as confident in their limited edition products anymore…

Holy, those swatches are so obviously photoshopped… the left edge of the bottommost shadow “Ooh La La” looks like its being lifted off of the girl’s arm. I wish brands would stop doing this. There’s no point in including darker skinned swatches if we can’t see what the shades actually look like on the skin.

I’m on the fence with this one. I want to purchase almost for the nostalgia factor alone. I fondly remember my first Too Faced eyeshadow purchases from Gadzooks a store that was amazing and it does not exist anymore. It was the first place I saw Too Faced Cosmetics available.I graduated from high school at age 17 in 1999 so I remember when Too Faced first released. I do think I would use this so I’m more than likely going to be ordering it.I I’ve noticed that it seems like from the comments on Trendmood’s posts about this that most of the people that are too young to remember when Too Face first appeared as a brand hate this whole collection and a lot of us that were old enough in 1998 to own some of their products are excited about it.

I already ordered it ‘in app’ exclusive. I got the eyeshadow and two lipsticks which by the way look stunning. We shall see how they perform.

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