Groovy 60's-Inspired Floral Nail Art

Hi gang! Today's nail are simple, bright and fun. It's been a sauna in my apartment over the last few days and so it's been hard to do detailed nail art without encountering air bubbles, thickened polish and super-long drying times despite slapping on a fast dry to coat. But I powered through and came up with a bit of 60's-inspired nail art for your viewing pleasure!

Tools:
Dual-tipped Dotting Tool
Polishes used:
Butter London Jaded Jack
Sally Hansen Sun Kissed
Sinful Colors Sugar n' Spice
Sinful Colors Unicorn
Wet n' Wild White French Creme
The Balm Sky Blue Right Past You
Bundle Monster Crowley
KBShimmer Clearly on Top
Steps:
While this utilized a bunch of colors it was fairly easy and quick to do. I started with two coats of Jaded Jack. Once dry I used the large end of my dotting tool to create my flower patterns using Sugar N' Spice and Sun Kissed. I dotted the centers of the flowers using Unicorn and White French Creme. I then used both ends of the dotting tool to create dots and clusters with Crowley, Sky Blue and White French Creme and finished with Clearly on Top.
I've been really enjoying bright colorful nail over the last couple of weeks. I wish I had been able to do something a tad more detailed but, it was hot! LOL! I still like the way these turned out though. All I need are some bell bottoms and a fringed vest and I'm good to go. Oh - and a lava lamp. Can't forget the lava lamp!