Thank you so much for your feedback!!
Not sure what you mean by "illustration style now". Is that a good thing or bad thing???
To say it looks like an illustration is to say that it no longer looks like a photograph but instead, looks more like an artists illustration. If that is the effect that you're going for then yes, that's a good thing; but if that's not the effect you're going for then no, it's not a good thing. That means it looks fake as the retouching is obvious.
For me it still like a photograph but thanks mostly to the make-up, it's leaning a little toward the illustrative look which I think looks interesting to be honest. As far as the retouching is concerned I think you did good. I like what you did with the eye make-up, the additional eye lashes was a good choice and you reshaped the eyebrows nicely. And the skin tone looks good.
There are some things I would change though. I recommend putting in some more eyelashes on her left eye (viewers right), so that the two match better. You lost a lot of the color in the eyes and the whites look a little too white for me. Her hair is a strange greenish blue (especially in the top right corner), as are her eyebrows. Looks like you lost some of the texture when you extended the eye make-up.
There are some areas that could use some more dodge and burn. For instance, I would try to blend the shadow under her cheekbone some. It looks like a strange stripe (poor make-up perhaps?), that becomes abruptly dark and kinda makes her look a little gaunt so I would dodge that some. The jawline looks a bit odd as it's just as dark as the shadow it's casting on her neck so I would dodge the jawline some as well. I would also burn the highlight along the top right edge of her lip (viewers left), as it doesn't quite match the lighting (take a look at the original to see what I mean). There are some dark stripes on her forehead leading to her hair that I would dodge as well as some dark speckles throughout her left (viewers right), eyebrow region. It doesn't look quite as smooth as the eye make-up on her right eye.