@IamSam and @Argos - that isn't my work. That was in the original post from the OP. I didn't touch the facial skin except on the cheeks where the hand was covering it. I didn't notice the poor match since I wasn't looking for it.
No mate I was trying to match the face with the head skin.If I understand correctly, this is your daughter's face but on another model's coat and body. So you wanted the hand to match the face.
I won't say thanks anymore as I'm tired of it. Lolz Thanks.
Now you know.I can't know for sure wich tone of skin your daughter have
How on earth did you know that my name is Orangzeb Pervez.That was in the original post from the OP.
No mate I'm sorry if you misunderstood me but the hand wasn't the important part for me, I only messed up with curves and hue sat a bit so the first post image isn't original.As I had mentioned, in the OPs image, that represented his daughter's original skin color. He wanted the hand and neck to match the face not the other way around. Unless I misread it.
Possibly you were just pointing out a general error in the original post?
Rats - I feel like I'd been driving for several hours with the map held upside down.No mate I was trying to match the face with the head skin.
...I'm sorry if you misunderstood me but the hand wasn't the important part for me, I only messed up with curves and hue sat a bit so the first post image isn't original.
Do you still have the face you transplanted on its own separate layer? If you do, click on that layer to make it active. Then click the New Layer icon at the bottom of the layers panel (looks like a plus sign) to get a new blank layer above the transplanted face layer. At the top of the layers panel click the small dropdown arrow beside "Normal," and from the bottom of the dropdown list, select "Color." Press the B key on the keyboard to get the Brush tool. Click on the Foreground color chip and when the Color Picker opens, move the cursor away from the Color Picker, which becomes an Eyedropper and click on a spot on her neck to sample a color there. In my example I used the color# ba8b7f, which you can just type in to replace the value already there in the Color Picker. Then paint over her face in the workspace, avoiding her eyes and mouth. I also painted over her hand to make it match better.