I like it. The swirling effect continued throughout the woman's hair and replicated in the flowers that cover her body and makes up the foreground and background are blended well. I'm not a fan of the bone structure revealed from the liquid just because I usually work with more realism anyhow.
What I say you could improve and look for on your future works is how the thickness of the body parts change (or thins out, rather) as the length is ascended. The woman's left forearm, or the one above and beyond her head shouldn't be so thick. It seems like the entire arm is a lot longer than it should be. Also, where her bangs meet her forehead, there are lines that indicate they separate, but there is still a defining line that is pushed all the way across (imagine a colouring book, where everything is outlined). To keep the natural effect of her hair throughout the picture, the edges should be even just a little bit jagged.
All in all, 4/5. Nice work, you have a good style.