Hi, Don. Actually, the whole thing looks a bit too pink on my monitor. I think the photo would have more impact if it were cropped tighter. (And a tiny bit of smile wouldn't hurt, either.) I don't know the model's true skin color, so this is just a guess:
Here's what I did:
2. Image | Adjustment | Curves (Cmd-M). Black point: the shadow in her hair just to the right (our right, not her right) of her face. White point: at the highest value I could find on the background. Midtones: +10 (that is, push 128 up to 138).
3. Image | Adjustment | Hue/Saturation (Cmd-U). Red channel, hue +5, saturation -6. (The red channel hue is where you can adjust the red/yellow balance of the skin. As mentioned above, I don't know her true skin color.)
4. File | Save for Web. Note that the image is always degraded when going from JPG to JPG, but this will give you an idea what you can do from the original file.
Hope this information helps. --Randy