Dark Winter perhaps. If this is the natural lip colour, the overall effect is that between the eyes and clothes, there is a big blank. A mouth that reads as blank, or absent, might extend that impression to the words it speaks
Here we see a daring hair style worn by one of the most photographed women of Edwardian times, Lily Elsie's big hit on the London stage was Lehar's "The Merry Widow." Elsie could get away with this short hair style because she was a famed stage actress.
1914 This could be a girl slightly older than Pollyanna. Many still had long, uncut hair. It would not usually have been piled high (as in Gibson Girl time) but hair was usually arranged to extend around the head and come out some from the sides.