I should have noticed that this young lady had a sheen on her nose and over her eyebrows while I was shooting. The small area in which I was shooting was fairly hot and stuffy which brought out the facial oil and perspiration. A fast application of cosmetic powder or even a few wipes with a facial tissue would have gone a long way to improve his shot. However, I didn't notice it until I saw the images in Photoshot.
If I had a full face or even a 3/4 view that showed both eyes open, I could have used Portrait Professional which does a good job in retouching female faces. However, that application won't function with a profile image like this.
It seems to me that there is a brush which, with light applications would reduce or remove the sheen from nose and forehead. But, I don't know how to do it.
BTW: This is not a facial portrait, it is part of a 3/4 length partially disrobed image. No jokes about me not looking at her face while I was shooting, please!