Could you drop a hint as to what you did... Pattern applied by a healing brush?
I would guess what I've done is more photo-art than what most would consider a retouch, however, no doubt its "always" a matter of individual taste and what ever floats your boat. No patterns applied.
*Cropped, straightened and resized the image.
*Black layer under the working layer.
*Soft eraser to blend image edges.
*Hue & sat adj on various parts of face.
*Various amounts of adaptive equalization.
*Painted in shadows with low opacity.
*Healing brush to remove items that make-up would normally cover.
*Contrast adjustments where needed.
*Created a simplified layer under working.
*Some gaussian blur.
*Another hue & sat adj.
Of course layers and masks were involved and applied to individual taste.
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