MAC Surf Baby!:Naturally Eccentric & Hibiscus Lipsticks, Good Lovin * Krazy Kahuna Lipglass, Lilt of Lilly & Full of Grace Suntint Swatches, Photos | xSparkage

MAC Surf Baby!:Naturally Eccentric & Hibiscus Lipsticks, Good Lovin * Krazy Kahuna Lipglass, Lilt of Lilly & Full of Grace Suntint Swatches, Photos

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MAC Surf Baby! Collection is a bright summery collection with island-themed packaging and colors. This post is focusing on the lip products in the collection- Lipsticks, Lipglass, and Suntints (oh my!). I’ve got two of each Lipsticks, Lipglass, and Suntints to share, ranging in colors from super pale nude, to warm browns. Check it out! :)


Surf Baby! Lipsticks

Surf baby ls 1

Surf baby ls 2Hibiscus, Naturally Eccentric

Surfbaby lsHibiscus, Naturally Eccentric

Surf baby lsHibiscus, Naturally Eccentric


surf baby lsNaturally Eccentric, Hibiscus

Surf baby ls 4
Hibiscus Lipstick

Surf baby ls 3Naturally Eccentric Lipstick



Hibiscus may be my new love! Its a gorgeous “Bright orange coral” and a cremesheen formula, so it feels great on the lips and looks nice and doesn’t magnify imperfections on the lips. Naturally Eccentric is a “Creamy White Nude” and a lustre formula, and is somewhat sheer but still quite a light lipstick.. you can see that when swatched on my hand its about the color of my skin. I found that this one showed any chapped lips more than Hibiscus did.

Available for $15.50 each May 26 from MAC Cosmetics.


Surf Baby! Lipglasses

Surf baby lgKrazy Kahuna, Good Lovin’

Surf baby lg 1Krazy Kahuna, Good Lovin’

Surf baby lg 2Good Lovin’, Krazy Kahuna

surf baby lgKrazy Kahuna, Good Lovin’

Surf baby lg 4Krazy Kahuna Lipglass

Surf baby ls lgKrazy Kahuna Lipglass over Hibiscus Lipstick

Surf baby lg 5Good Lovin’ Lipglass

Surf baby lg lsGood Lovin’ Lipglass over Naturally Eccentric Lipstick


These lipglasses follow suit for all MAC Lipglass- sticky yet long-wearing! I’m kind of shocked that I really like Krazy Kahuna, because based on the description (warm mid-tone brown) it is a color I normally wouldn’t glance twice at, but It’s nice looking on my lips. Good Lovin’ is described as a “soft peachy pink” and has lots of shimmer and works well as a soft nude lip color.
Available for $15.50 each May 26 from MAC Cosmetics.


Surf Baby! Suntints

Surf baby st 1Full of Grace, Lilt of Lilly

Surf baby st 2Full of Grace, Lilt of Lilly

Surf baby st 3Full of Grace, Lilt of Lilly

Surf baby st 4Full of Grace Suntint

Surf baby st 5Lilt of Lilly Suntint


The Suntints are a super sheer,  yet thick lipbalm that has SPF 20, making them perfect for summertime! They aren’t sticky at all, but do feel thicker than the standard lipbalm, which I think is a good thing for summer because it means that they will tend to stay on longer than a general balm.I feel like these coming in different colors is almost pointless though, as on the lips they are so sheer that you really can’t tell much of a difference between colors.

Available for $15.50 each May 26 from MAC Cosmetics.




  1. Jessi M

    May 11, 2011 at 1:32 am

    I LOVE hibiscus. I’ve known I wanted that one. But was surprised me was how nice Krazy Kahuna looked with it. I wasn’t expecting that.

  2. Stacy

    May 11, 2011 at 1:54 am

    Hibiscus is gorgeous!! I definitely need that color!

  3. Nancy H.

    May 11, 2011 at 2:51 am

    Hibiscus is amazing! Must buy!~

  4. thecandiedmango

    May 11, 2011 at 3:54 am

    Hibiscus is beautiful. How does it compare to Viva Glam Cyndi lipstick?

    • Misato-san

      May 11, 2011 at 5:24 pm

      it does. but the Cyndi is more… sheer and has a lustre finish. Hibiscus is more confortable on lips. (I tried it at the pro store last Saturday, too bad it was sold out ;_; and I had the Cyndi on my lips before him so I had a chance to compare the two of them)

  5. Janalyn

    May 11, 2011 at 8:44 am

    Love Hibiscus!! And the Krazy Kahuna looks wierd and watery when swatched but over the Hibiscus it looks beautiful! I also love the sparkle in Good Lovin’! The lipbalms I think Ill pass..

  6. Stina

    May 11, 2011 at 12:23 pm

    Hibiscus and krazy kahuna look great in you. I wonder if it’ll do the same for me lol. Chapped lips? Did you stop using the jack black balm, or has it stopped working?

  7. anne

    May 11, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    hi! i’m a fan of your site, i love the Good Lovin’ Lipglass over Naturally Eccentric Lipstick :) i would just like to suggest by the way since you’re really good at nailing the actual shades and effects of the product compared to other bloggers ;), i think you should also try taking or just add pics that are shot a little bit farther also. that way, we can get another view of the product/shades :) thank you! love love xsparkage! :)

  8. Nicole

    May 11, 2011 at 5:38 pm

    i love Hibiscus!

  9. ifrah

    May 11, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    that Krazy Kahuna Lipglass is good but that Naturally Eccentric Lipstick
    is really very light, what do you think

  10. Lauwchen

    May 12, 2011 at 4:22 pm

    OMG I want Hibiscus !!! I’d love to see a full face picture with this lipstick =D

  11. Erika

    May 12, 2011 at 6:27 pm

    Wow Hibiscus is a must have! That colour is amazing!!

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  13. Lisa

    May 12, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    Anybody know if the surf baby collection is being released in Australia? I adore Hibiscus, looks so great on you xsparkage!

  14. Evelyn

    May 18, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    Is Hibiscus similar to Costa Chic or Vegas Volt??

    • Nila

      May 26, 2011 at 5:00 am

      I’ve got Vegas Volt in my collection and can say with confidence that it is a much brighter orange than Hibiscus appears to be. Vegas Volt has hardly any red tones in it at all. I don’t know about how it compares to Costa Chic, though.

  15. Gabriella

    May 19, 2011 at 1:21 am

    Ooo, I love the Hibiscus lipstick, such a pretty summer color! I like the packaging for this collection too :)

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