Make a new layer and use hard brush with color #012955 to make some dots under the left eye. Before spotting, press F5 to change settings for this brush:
Double click this layer and apply Gradient Overlay for these dots:
Create a new layer and make selection for the lips, fill it with color #779370 then change the mode to Hard Light 100%:
I name it “color lips”.
I use a new layer, change brush to splatter ones and set foreground to #83192d. Take brush number 681 with size about 100 px to spot over the lips. Hold Cmd/Ctrl while clicking “color lips” layer to load it selection then click Add layer mask button. After it, change the mode to Overlay 100%:
Make a new layer and use splatter brush, number 481 to spot on lips and chin, transform it and set the mode to Overlay 100%:
Take watercolor 3 and paste into the right eyes after rotating and resizing. Change the mode to Multiply 100% and use layer mask to get a faded effect:
I use Curves and Color Balance layers (Clipping Mask) to change color of this watercolor effect:
Take watercolor 4 and paste into our picture and change the mode to Multiply 100%.
Right click it, choose Blending Options. Hold the Alt/Option key while dragging white sliding button of This Layer to reduce this effect. Then use layer mask to remove the effect on the face and around model:
Add a Curves layer to this layer (Clipping Mask):
Open watercolor 5 (pack). I choose this one to work with and move it above the top right of model head, warp it:
Change the mode to Multiply 100% and use layer mask to erase the part on model face:
I use another watercolor image to add to the left of model head, set the mode to Multiply 100% and mask unwanted part:
I use a Hue/Saturation layer to change color of this effect: