You wanted me to give this self-portrait a critique by posting it in my thread at the forums.
I browsed you gallery to see what kind of photography you enjoyed to see if this was something that was in your alley, so to say.
For portraits and especially headshots, it's important to be aware of that a persons hand is usually enough to cover half the face. This makes hands a dangerous addition to have in such a closeup shot. That being said, hands can be used to frame the face - which can be a neat effect
Personally I would use a healingbrush to remove the think black line to the right of the lefteye. Or I would just dampen the darks there, making it blend more with the shadowside of the nose.
I'm sure you know by now that getting the eyes in focus when doing a selfportrait is next to impossible, but I think you've managed well here - your eyes looks clear enough to compliment the capture.
Overall this is a very good selfportrait, you definately established a great tone and emotion to it. As you can read from the critique there isn't much I'm asking you to change, but rather be aware of the fallpits.