I wouldn't exactly call that a glow. It's not created by adding highlights but by dodging the existing highlights to emphasize them. KInda like this photo in my portfolio.
Since I was going for a darker look, both the highlights and the other skin tones are darker in this photo than in your reference photo.
There was a lot of D&B in this photo to lighten the highlights and darken the other skin tones. Also, the skin tones in this photo were muted by adding a black-and-white layer (same photo, saturation = -100) and brushing it in to get the muted tones I wanted.
I have other photos of the same model, from the same shoot, where I didn't use a b&w layer, where the skin tones are more like the ones in your reference photo. They aren't in my portfolio, however. Again, dodging the highlights and burning in the other skin tones.
The other photos are in my first folder. I'll send you the link and folder password.
Nick Saglimbeni teaches a totally different technique for achieving the same look in his "Mastering Retouching" DVD. He calls it the Slickforce Technique, named for his Slickforce Studio in LA.