Very good work on the texturing for both the skin and the eyes. You managed to get good looking hair too. I will add my voice to the strong SSS comment. This makes her look more like a wax museum statue rather than like a real person. I think the tiny and very bright specularity have something to do with that too. Not only the strong SSS.
My strongest critique, though, and I join my voice to chipmasque’s for that, is the lack of expression. I don’t care repeating what Karl just wrote because this is an important aspect that a lot of the participants to this contest missed. You did a superbly fine modeling and texturing job but she is still lifeless because there is no posing and acting. There is no story behind this shot. An angled camera view is not enough. The model’s eyes should never look straight ahead. Never! At least give the eyes a little oblique angle. Give the model a sort of internally going thought process. this shows through the eyes. Add a little tilt and/or turn of the head, a little bit of neck stretch or compression too. But most of all, avoid this frozen staring look. If she were just looking at the camera, it would add a whole other dimension to the result.