*GASP* Photoj liked it! Whee!
Haha, yeah, it was not exactly a studio set up, I just walked in with the camera, tired from outdoor shots, and noticed now nice the lighting was.
Thanks! I can use the critique, i.e. try to reflect light to darker sides, but subtly.
Excellent instinct/approach. Knowing how to get lighting right is one of the more difficult aspects to good portraiture. The subtle lift to the hair will add more dynamism to the image as that's the only point in the frame that is a little dull.
It's good to know my opinion and knowledge is held highly, but regardless of what I think as long as you, your model are happy then that's fantastic. Keep it up.
EDIT: I ought to have mentioned that buying a small reflector of your own, or just carrying a white cotton hand towel if you're on a budget will do wonders when you know how to get more from your lighting.