I need to make a correction.
Your first screenshot doesn't have an embedded profile so I assigned AdobeRGB which made the Photoshop preview look correct. The 'b' channel is slightly greater than 'a' in Lab readouts which says there's sufficient amount of yellow/orange to overcome magenta.
If you converted the screenshot to sRGB before posting and I assign the sRGB profile then the skin dulls and Lab 'a'=14 and 'b'=19 way too yellow and dull where before it was 'a'=20 and 'b'=22 assigning AdobeRGB.
I'm sampling from the chest area and not the cheeks which probably has pink makeup applied.
Yes, I didn't catch it originally that there was no profile on the screenshot. That was an oversite. Normally anything saved in Photoshop i click the box that says "icc profile sRGB....." I neglected to do that.
It was mainly to illustrate the fact that there was so much difference between what I was seeing in windows (ans the print) and what I was seeing in Photoshop. Unfortunately without the embedded profile the picture on the right wasn't what I was seeing in Photoshop on the original file either!! Sorry about that. Later on I posted the actual file of her that did have the sRGB profile. I don't use aRGB anywhere. I use sRGB in the camera, in Lightroom, in photoshop cause that's what I send to the pro lab that prints for us.
I don't really know about Lab.
I know that when I use the eyedropper and look at the info palette the cmyk on caucassion skin should show me y a little more % than m. (in a nutshell)
On Susan, the m on her cheek is one or two % above the y . But I didn't think that was enough to make her look sunburned on the print. I wonder if the eye dropper is telling me one thing and my EYES are actually telling me something else?? If I could use the eyedropper on the print would the values be the same? If I were wearing magenta tinted glasses when I looked at the screen would Photoshop match the print?
Consequently, I'm thinking I need to set my white balance differently in my calibration target so it turns the monitor a warmer redder color so I see things in photoshop as a warmer redder image??? Yes or No??