Dior Expose is a permanent eye palette that retails for $63.00 and contains 0.24 oz.
Dior Expose High Fidelity Eyeshadow Palette ($62.00 for 0.24 oz.) is a new, permanent eyeshadow palette that features earth-toned neutrals. I spotted in on Selfridges last week and purchased mine there, but it's now available through Dior's website and some of the accompanying new palettes are at Sephora (but not all). It features a new formula that's supposed to have "highly pigmented" color with "spectacular staying power." The formula was better than some of the past iterations from Dior, though it was still more semi-opaque to opaque in coverage but had seven to eight-hour wear. The big difference that I noticed was in the texture; it was firmer (but not stiff) in the pan and had less dustiness than some of the past formulations.
An icon of the Dior look, the 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow is now reinvented with more intense pigments and richer effects. A variety of textures come together in a single palette to style the eyes with a layering technique. The Dior laboratories' expertise enables a bold, color-true result. The non-powdery texture blends into an incredibly fine film with spectacular hold, delivering a highly pigmented formula and a second-skin finish. From totally matte palettes to multi-effect harmonies, each combination of 5 Couleurs includes two double-ended foam applicators to easily blend the colors to create endless eye looks. These highly pigmented shades impart a second-skin effect with ultimate staying power.