You have several good photos, but each of them could be improved a bit.
#1 Very good lighting and nice pose, but the cropping off of the leg and toe looks a bit odd. Also the lamps hanging down are distracting and should be cloned out. But when shooting in general, always sweep the scene with your eyes for what I call background clutter and try to compose so that the clutter is either gone or very blurred (using the right DOF, of course).
#2 managed to end up with a hot spot on the nose from somewhere probably a bit too powerful hair light, the same light that looks like its hitting the front of her hair. If you're going to show part of the hands, you should really show all of them, and not crop them.
#3 has the biggest problem with clutter as we are seeing too much in the background that is too sharp. Also the wall edge runs up and down through the head, which is usually a no-no. You needed to shift her position a bit before shooting to get a better background look. Also she looks a little off balance in this pose which often happens on a spongy surface. The feet are awkwardly posed and she doesn't really look happy about the whole thing at this point.
The skin tones look great in #1, but not nearly as good in #2 and #3.
I hope these remarks are of some help.