Top one works best - eye is on a vertical third.
If a poor man will spend a year in prison for stealing out of hunger, how high would the gallows need to be to hang the rich man who breaks the law out of greed?....Terry Pratchett, Snuff
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.
"Live fast....... Die Old!."
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.