There are so many pretty Dior eye shadow palettes that it is difficult to choose a favourite but, for me, it has to be No. 734 Grége ( Not "Griege").
This is a truly gorgeous and versatile quintet that, unlike many other Dior shadows, actually has decent pigmentation. It's not as intense as say, NARS, but it is easily built up and the shades blend together beautifully.
The centre of the palette contains the shade I use most often just on its' own. It's a lovely, sheer silver-fawn colour with just a hint of lavender in it. Looks lovely as a matte wash across the lid.The upper left-hand corner is a useful golden shade that looks beautiful with blue eyes. Great for lid coverage or as a pop of colour in the centre, after you've swept the silver on.
The two colours at the bottom - left is a useful, plummy cool-toned brown and on the right is a deep pewter with a hint of irridescence - are great in the crease or for lining.
Last, but not least, in the upper right-hand corner is the highlighter - shimmery but not frosty cool-toned white.
Cool-toned complexions, especially if you have blue or light coloured eyes, will probably enjoy this palette more than warm tone / brown eye combos.
I love it so much, that I have the mini travel version as well - isn't it darling?
Left to right: Golden, Highlighter, Crease /Liners in Pewter and Plum Brown, Silver-Fawn