Just thought I would show this. We don't always get to shoot the most gorgeous women in the world but just your average Joe is more likely the case doing commercial photography. Anyway had to shoot a gentleman today that just got a little too much sun. So what to do . I put in the color checker just to make sure I nailed the WB. His first comment to me was can you get the red out, oh sure pal let me just call God and turn off the sun next time.
Ah but I knew what I needed to do on the spot . C1 and color editor would save my bacon. The first shot is perfectly WB but obviously he is a red tomato.
So in color editor I selected under the advanced tab the red color in his cheeks and than desaturated it a couple points than also lightened the red. Now doing this globally in PS would obviously effect the whole image, in Color editor I am only dealing with the red I selected so the rest of the image pretty much stays as is except of course if it has a serious amount of red in it. Now after a little fine tuning he still has a touch of red but it is much more natural looking. Now I can copy these adjustments and apply to any image I want or actually make a pre-set and save that and apply. The point here is you have some options when running into situations like this that we never had in the old days and thinking on the spot what solutions you can apply after the fact. I call it problem solving and a big part of a photographers life.
I just picked any image and did nothing else to these but was more interested in getting one correctly before applying it to the set. Anyway here is the difference and a handy dandy tool that I use quite often even for creative stuff to enhance color.