The result is nice, but nothing extraordinary.
The model's eyes look flat, and the shadows could use a bit of fill light.
I could just place a simple reflector below her face, at waist level, but then I couldn’t move my beauty dish without affecting the fill light as well.
I could place a rectangular softbox, pointing upwards, at waist level instead, but the light would spill all over the place. Instead, let’s set a strobe with a 12° grid in front of the model, pointing down to a circular reflector that reflects the flash light into my model’s face.
The picture bellow will probably explain this better than my words.