Yup. The thing that makes the whites an issue for me is the contrast with the brown of her iris. When I clean up a shot and I've got a colour cast in the white, I always feather my selection of the white by 2 to 5 pixels (depends on the size and rez of the image of course) so that there isn't too clean a distinction between the white bit and the coloured bit.
If you get really close to an eye and have a look you'll see that the edge of the cornea blends with the white just a little so there is never a clean edge at that point.
Just an observation of mine and thus my style. Stops people looking like they dropped out of Stargate (the aliens in that made people's eyes glow in case you're not a sci-fi person)
Here's one of mine to show you what I mean. I love your shot still by the way and I'm not implying mine is better or anything.
Art theft happens so much to me, I just think of it as additional exposure of my images now-a-days. Only people I hate for it are Realtors, they use SO MANY of my cityscape photos, I send out cease and diciest orders about every week. I wouldn't mind so much, but they crop out my copyright most of the time.
realtors have facebook pages generally. Perhaps you could suggest to them that if they steal your images then you'll be happy to let everyone on their page know that the real estate agent they are dealing with is less than honest.
Might not work but is probably worth a shot. All a real estate agent has is their reputation. I don't know about your country, but in Australia people trust real estate agents and car salespeople about equally as far as I can tell. Roughly equivalent to trusting your dog to not steal a sausage when you're not looking.