I tried a similar approach with a copy layer and color adjustment:
From the yellow version, Ctrl-J to make a copy layer
Convert to B/W, reduce to 70%
Ctrl-B for color adjustment, and added a reddish sepia
Slight brightness/contrast adjustment
It's now in the ball park. From here, I would probably go to the high pass skin detail adjustment technique.
Once I got the non-color detail of the skin texture the way I like it, I would probably switch over to the color layer and stroke the highlights with Gaussian blur to get that satin sheen. Maybe amplify the highlights a little.