Healing blank layer vs Frequency Separation Healing

Just out of curiosity I thought I would do a quick comparison. Using the same image remove the eye makeup that has fallen onto the skin.  The first approach is non destructive pixel work on a blank layer using the healing brush and on the other image using Frequency Separation. 

The Results.

Both achieved the desired results and no real clean impact on the skin texture or colour shifts.  Changing blending modes when using the healing brush certainly makes a difference.

In the second part of the video I used FS to remove the fine lip hair.  This is the time that I generally use the FS action in my editing workflow.

A time lapse of the edit.

Spot the two major mistakes

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