first thing to say: the colors match really good and the contrast between red, the eye color (green, blue, white/grey) and skin color is making you look at it many times, but I think it would have been better to make the lips in the same color as the berries - you should change the light colors with the dark colors, because then it would look exactly like the fruits
the tongue is really great made as well as the eyes and the berries, especially, because they are really shiny
I'm seeing lines around the fruits, the lips and the nose, the left side is ok, but the on the right side there shouldn't be these hard lines around the berries if both sides were looking alike it wouldn't even bother, but if one side is different than the other it's strange
I don't know what program you are using but draw the lines softer next time and use the dark color, not the light
BUT it's really a great picture, you're expression is wonderful and I want to eat theses fruits now I'm just telling you, you could make it even better
The first thing that grabs my attention is the red. Red, everywhere. The red eyeshadow emphasises the green of your eye, which works really well because it's the only colour on the photo which doesn't fit in with the red-ish colour scheme. Your eye stands out and it is the second thing which grabs my attention. Then, I notice that your lips have the same sheen as do the currants, making them almost blend in - but it is an even more similar tone to the eyeshadow, making your features differ slightly to the fruit (although still red). This, in comparison to your flawlessly pale skin creates quite an impact. Your eyebrow peeking out from the top of the photo is an auburn too, which only draws me into that eye even more - the shadows and contours in it are so well-defined. Everything is flawless - from the sheen on the perfectly rounded fruits to the white of the eye - and it gives the photo a slightly other-wordly feel, also. Beautiful! The only reason that impact is four stars and not five is that having seen all of your fruit series, which I love, it doesn't create as much as an impact as it would if it was the first time I'd seen these!