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Transition between stair riser and wall

I'm trying to refinish the stairs at my home. I have filled most nail holes, removed most of the polys on handrails and spindles. when I checked 2nd floor, I noticed there is a problem on the risers - please see picture below. There used to be carpets so the transition between carpets and the painted part of the riser (or I should say part of the wall) looks OK. After I removed the carpet, shall I paint all the vertical part the same color as riser? I'm planning to paint the rise using Sherwin William's ProClassic Interior Acrylic Latex Enamel for trims.

Or shall I use some trim for smooth transition?

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