Turn back the clock with the right nail shape and shade. Step one: Trim nails so they're no longer than the tops of fingers, then file them into a "squoval," or straight line with rounded edges. "It gives hands a lengthened look," says nail-salon owner Jin Soon Choi. Buff in one direction; a seesaw motion can weaken tips, causing them to split and chip. Finish by painting on a coat of a frosty or shimmery polish (neutrals look great on everyone), which "catches light and brightens hands," Choi says.
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