Well, I don't think a composite of my images would make much sense, but I am glad to know more about how to do one when I do need it. I have trouble with the background ending up too dark when trying composites in the past. So here are my edits individually. You can mouseover to see the originals (I think.)
Pure Photoshops Free Actions, do so while they are still free!) Pure Summer Soft~only on Sunflower; masked off the rest of the photo. Then I painted her blown out shoulder~slowly with multiple color samples taken from her other skin~on its own layer. Ran Gaussian blur on the paint layer and set to darken. Not perfect, but I find it less distracting than the blown white shoulder. Then I ran MomaZiggy's Diamond Dazzle~no haze layer. It brought out the sprinkles on this side of her head which I liked. Then the CoffeeShop Blog's Vintage Honey Action with the vignette turned down to 25%. Usually this action is a little heavy for me, but this time I really liked how it toned down Sunflower a little while leaving the greens and bringing the different colors in the light out. Then resize and sharpen for the web.
So there it is. I don't know how helpful it is to hear what I do for my edit since I used so many actions, so don't feel bad if you skipped the commentary. You might miss out though, if you skip checking out the other "Turn on the Hose" edits over at Ashley's, so don't skip hopping on over~even if I cannot get the button to work.