The larger versions look much better than the two-in-one I say previously.
If she really looked that orange in daylight, then it is up to you whether to keep her colour and display her accurately, or desaturate yellow and orange a bit to make her a little whiter. You don’t want to go too far and get a zombie.
Presumably the key light is the window, the continuous light is fill. If your subject is against a wall, you will get a shadow unless you light the wall separately. If the room is too cramped, a different space may work better. My personal preference is strobes because I find continuous lights are not bright enough for the camera and too bright for the model’s eyes. Like in sunshine, many tend to squint. You probably want a couple of stops between key and fill to provide some shadow to give a 3D appearance. If both sides are lit evenly, it can look flat. Usually windows facing away from the sun are best.