I have two of these, one in Hawaii Mat and one in Maldives Mat. The latter is completely matte, whilst the former has tiny, barely-noticable glitter in the pan and when swiped. They both come with large mirrors and the packaging is very attractive, although the plastic push-button can feel flimsy. When compared to Benefit's Hoola Bronzer, the Collistar bronzers are much darker, although the powder is very finely milled and has great color deposit. Hawaii Mat is a few tints lighter than Maldives Mat and has more of a golden tint, while the latter is more of a true brown. For a better idea, the pictures on Collistar's website can give you an idea. The bronzers are both 10 grams (0.35 OZ) so not incredibly big, but big enough. They also have a lightly perfumed scent. My skin isn't overly sensitive, but is normal-combination, and these did not make me break out or give me a rash.
I love these bronzers for in the summer as they are quite dark, and they are great to contour with as well. I prefer to use them around the edges of my face and along my nose to give me a sun-kissed/bronze glow in the summer.