First, you'll notice that I shot this image at Aperture f/1.8, a shutter speed of 1/400, and ISO 200. These three variables can make or break an image (here's a quick tutorial). For this image, I knew that I didn't want to shoot wide open (at f/1.4) and completely lose the background, so I shot at f/1.8. It was getting pretty dark out due to pending thunderstorms, so I used a shutter speed of 1/400 and bumped the ISO up to 200.
I wanted to bring more light & detail to Emma's hair & face, so I bumped Exposure up a lil bit and and then bumped Shadows up a lotta bit! I increased the Warmth from 4850 to 5457, and brought the Tint over to the magenta side to help capture the mood that I was going for. Minimally increasing Contrast and Dehaze allowed me to add some pop into the image, without going overboard and losing the softness.
I did a lot of playing around with the colors in the HSL sliders. Mainly, I desaturated the greens and manipulated the magenta hue to tone her blouse down a little. The rest – that's a topic for another time. Just know, HSL sliders can truly transform an image, as you get complete control of each individual color that's in your photo. You can completely take out blues or greens. You can change red to orange, yellow to green, etc. Crazy stuff!