Expanding on @BillyKerr's answer... I think the Hue blend mode is more appropriate. And brush over the entire face, not merely the chin.
Set the Brush tool blend mode to Hue and sample a rosey color from a cheek. Then paint over the entire face and neck.
There are subtle green highlights in the neck, cheeks, ears, nose, even forehead. Using Hue retains all the values and saturation and merely alters the value for the actual hue being referenced, changing it from the green to a rosey color.
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This is the same technique Billy describes, merely with a slight change. He deserves all the credit. I was going to simply post this as a comment, but feared it may get lost or go unseen.