Look, I mean this in the nicest way possible, but all of your female humanizations have exactly the same face shape and nose, despite presumably being neither related nor clones of each other. Consider branching out a bit?
I'm accustomed to using one approach for the facial and nose structure for my females in general and I've yet to step out and try different shapes. I know the "same-face" syndrome isn't a good thing, I lost awareness of that and I've fallen into the trap of only drawing them the way I'm comfortable with.
Branching out would be a good remedy- this will give me something to think about when I go back to practice anatomy and the way I draw faces.