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Eyes are shaded in both shots. That occurs outdoors because dominant vector of the light comes from high overhead in skylight. The solution? Bring a ladder or find a higher POV so you can have the subject look up to get light in the eyes with the camera looking down at the same angle.
Full face pose is square to the camera and nicely symmetrical. The angle of the lighting, directly over the nose, complements the symmetry.
In the oblique pose she's turned nicely to the light, except for the shaded eyes, but the camera was too far around to the right to create a symmetrical look. Her chin around the mouth is disappearing and the nose is starting to block the edge of the far eye. Oblique angles are more flattering when you find good balance between the eye, nose and chin seen beyond the mouth.
Pose the face up into the light then move the camera around to find the best looking balance.