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Elizabeth Metz, 29, and her daughter, Jane, 7, caught in the act of gift-wrapping (above), know that well-groomed nails make graceful hands, and that the secret is consistent care. Liz's nail-care routine is so automatic that her husband, Richard, a golf pro, seems unaware of it. "I only know Liz has very pretty hand," he says proudly. The Metz family, which also includes Richard, Jr., 9, and a pet monkey named Sam, live in a roomy New York City apartment, which Liz is redecorating.
But no matter what the project is, Liz never forgets her hands. Each week she gives herself—and helps Jane with—a careful manicure. Liz makes sure Jane keeps her nails short and squarish, the best shape for an active little girl. For special occasions Jane tries on a pink polish, but for school days she sticks to colorless. Liz has taught her the knack of pushing her cuticles back with a towel after washing her hands. [end of original text]
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