I'm impressed by the fine detail of the small hair on her skin. Many artists tend to make their models/OC's (whatever) have perfectly smooth skin. Not that I mind either way, I just wanted to mention that you seemed to have taken a bit of extra time for added realism.
This skin shader works a lot better for you. You know, EZSkin just uses Scatter, which uses the Skin preset, which scatters a light pink. It's a very universal SSS, based on specific research, it only has one layer. It doesn't account for the difference in dermal and subdermal scattering or how they combine in different ratios around the body. Not to mention, it's just a quick convert. It doesn't try to create an SSS strength or color map. I've had it work pretty well for light skin, but I've had better results with my own shaders for tans to browns.