I don't look for some overall artistic impression of a portfolio. I look for whether I think the model can do the shot that I want. Here are the shots that I think show what you can do.
This one shows your face, your basic hair style, and your gorgeous eye color. I'd always keep this one or a similar one.
This one shows a different style from much of the rest of your portfolio. If I want someone to do that style and you don't have that picture, I'm not sure about you.
This one shows your figure, your skin color, and is flattering. I'd keep this one or a similar shot.
This one shows a bit of athleticism and again shows your general body shape.
These two show different expressions, your face, and your general shape.
The ones with the black latex over your skin are amusing, maybe interesting to some people, but they don't tell me much about you. You could lose them without hurting yourself.
The cleaver shot doesn't tell me anything that I can't learn from other pictures. I'm sure that picture will be popular with those who like a certain kind of photographic art, but the shot doesn't tell me much about you. If you need to make a space, you could lose that one.
Neither of the two smoking shots tells me anything that I can't see from other shots. You could lose them when you needed to make space.
I think you could lose the picture where you are wearing the hat, but that picture does show how a hat changes your face. You might want to keep that one if you can.
The one on the ladder could be kept or deleted. If you have something else that you need space to add, you might want to delete this one.