Video color correction practice, take two

After applying my color checker's corrections, I decided it didn't go far enough and tweaked the color wheels in Color Finale a bit. I'm happy with the results. In my last test, I forgot to disable the ND filter on my camera. Whoops! No wonder it looked so dark at 1600 ISO. 

500 ISO, uncorrected clip.

500 ISO, uncorrected clip.

This time I placed a wide LED light over my head and wrapped it with cinefoil to control the spill. I bounced a spot light off a collapsible reflector in the background (seen in the picture frame behind me. I'd move the frame in an actual shoot). I should have bounced the spot light closer to me to get rid of the dark shadow around my right eye.

500 ISO, color corrected clip.

500 ISO, color corrected clip.

I'm no colorist, obviously, but I think the first picture has a magenta tint because the green channel is much lower than the other two. So I lifted the red, green and blue channels. RGB parade shows the image is still biased towards red, but my t-shirt is pretty dominant. It's an improvement and looks good to me.