On my monitor your posted image is way warm re the skin tones. Oleg's edit looks too cool.
I would expect something along these lines for the skin tones:
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So, if I'm getting the scenario right, you edited this shot on your laptop and it looked 'overcooked' to you on the laptop, or is it that it looked fine on the laptop, but not on another monitor? If this image looked good on the laptop, then I would say it probably needs some sort of calibration. .
Manufacturers of monitors and laptops optimize their screens for multimedia and gaming because that is where the money is. It's almost never any good for editing. Also, the conditions under which you edit your images makes a big difference. The ambient light level and the color of whatever is behind the screen that's in your visual field make a huge difference. Your laptop svreen may in fact be close to calibrated, but, because environmental factors that effect your perception are involved, you're editing to what 'looks good' and that perception is taintged, so you end up with an edit that doesn't look so good under different circumstances. I sit in the dark with a neutral background for a reason!