Top one works best - eye is on a vertical third.
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Both work for me to be honest.
#1 for me as it concentrates the eye on te beauty of her face and eyes. #2 weakens that a little for me, however I would be pleased with either!
1 is better because it loses that shadow parch on her shoulder, but the crop does make that shoulder look a bit lumpy
How about this
Either way I think you'd be better with one where her hair isn't such a mess camera left and she had her face either directly at the camera, or clearly turned away. Here it's almost, but not quite straight on.
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it 1 for me looses the shadow on the shoulder not in the centre of the frame it just looks so much better
I prefer the second one as it avoids the arbitary cut of the shoulder.