You're welcome. Senior member is just by post count. I hope it actually helps though. I know what I would show a client on something like this, but it's not easy to fully communicate that with a few adjustments. Even the forehead thing isn't that difficult if you're careful. Start from the edges when you do the burn/dodge work. Deepen it slowly and make sure to match the color balance to surrounding skin. Make sure the brightest points in the before are still the brightest points in the after version. That way you should retain the same curvature while losing some of that feeling of extreme shininess.
This doesn't have to be super time consuming. I know it doesn't seem like it, but you can do something respectable within an hour per image if you can see it.