Histograms say his face it a bit high but not washed out. His shirt is, however, so it might be an optical illusion due to the brightness of his shirt. Here's my stab at helping.
1. First I added a level layer masked to the red channel. I brought the lower input levels up to 58. I then changed the red channel in the layer box to 0.9 mid level. This altered teh mask to exclude his hair and his ear.
2. Next I added a warming filter layer masked to his face, neck and ears.
3. To help with the optical illusion I am asserting, I added another levels layer setting the midtones to 0.6. I then masked it with the gradient tool to darken the lower part with his shirt only.
You could probably take out the hair hanging down on his forehead for good measure too.
Honestly, you could probably just get by with the gradient masked layer.
Anyways, that's my $0.02. Please forgive reposting your image. I'll take it down as soon as you say.