Ok so there is a error on my camera setting to.
Yes and no. Yes IF you use the Nikon software that can understand and presumably produce a useful rendering from camera settings (picture styles you set on that camrea). Otherwise, raw is raw. It's why you can't separate the processing from the capture. If you take the same NEF and hand it to Lightroom, or C1, those camera settings, which are just metadata and have zero effect on the raw data itself is ignored.
Decide what raw converter you'll use, then you can deal with how it processes the raw data and the result of the final rendering. If you use Nikon's software, the settings referenced are important. If you don't use that converter, they are of no use and have no bearing on the data or the processing.
Keep in mind, the raw data is far closer to a grayscale document than anything else, the over donered color you see, if not an attribute of the display calibration is an attribute of the processing in large part. And again, in the NEF you provided, in Lightroom, the skin tones seem OK and look OK, your exposure is 'down' and you're not anywhere near color or tone clipping at least as reported though the ACR engine. Pop that raw into another converter, you will probably see something quite different.