Bright Dotting Tool Flowers

Maybe it's because summer is just around the corner or because of the wonderful weather, but lately I've been feeling like doing some sort of flowers on my nails every time I change my manicure. At first I thought I should do something else, but then I thought why not flowers. So I have another flower look to share with you guys and as you probably guessed, there might be more in the future too... Hope you guys like these flowery looks too!

This time I wanted to go with one of my ultimate favorite color combos: bright, almost neon colors and something neutral. Every time I decide to use one of the two Color Club polishes; either East Austin or Blue-Ming, the other one seems like such a good pair for it, so I always end up with both of them in the same manicure. But they do look so good together!

I used two coats of Essie Take It Outside as my base color and then I did the flowers and some dots using a dotting tool and the two Color Clubs. Finally I just added some gold nail art studs to complete the look.

Once again this was fairly simple look to do, but it looks great. It's a perfect spring/summer look with the bright polishes. I really loved the look and I wore these nails for quite a while.

Products used for this manicure
Base coat: Nail Pattern Boldness Digital Hydration
Polishes: Essie Take It Outside (2 coats)
Top coat: Glisten&Glow HK Girl
Nail art done with: Color Club East Austin, Color Club Blue-Ming, dotting tool, nail studs