I wonder thought why skin on her face has very noticeable different shade than the rest of her body? Is it retouch and was her face supposed to be striking on purpose [what would work really well] or did she has just too much make up on her face? I feel like you always have to be careful with the second as in nude photos it might appear strange when one part of the model's body has different shade of the skin then another. I am not the expert thought, it's just how I feel about it...so I might be wrong!
Sometimes people's skin are really different shades on diffrance parts of the body. For instance, my hands are darker than the rest of my body. Can't really tell unless I cross my arms or something, then you can see the difference in shade.
And sometimes the artist(s) do it on purpose to bring the face out more.
Yeah, I don't mind darker or paler shade of the same colour xD but it seemed to me like her body skin had COLD hue while her face is WARM Oh well! It doesn't really matter I guess, I just felt like pointing it out earlier >w>
Such gentle and soft colors that blend in the eyes!
The color of the hand moves to the color and bend of the shoulder.
From there the eyes see reach the hair, travel around the face and hair through the range of highlights there.
From the darker border of the hair's curls, the eyebrows, lashes, and nose draw the eyes to the soft rose of her lips.
All of this works together so beautifully!
The pieces of natural surrounding (limbs/grass) add a certain... voyeur (?) feeling - "While out for my morning walk by a small natural spring I know of, I happened across this young beauty preparing for her morning bath. I was awestruck by the sheer beauty before me. I could do naught but sit quietly and stare. No more could I do for fear of startling her away!" Or something like that!