I haven't done too much high-key work before and I am not sure how one would go about setting the lighting for it. Here I just got lucky. Aroma is on the floor on a mattress and there is blinding sunshine from the window behind her. The spot-metering right on her eyes helped keep at least some of the details of the face. I converted to B&W because you really only seem to get a good high-key impact in B&W.
This also goes to show that digital cameras are finally getting much better with capturing dynamic range -- allowing you to preserve some detail even in blinding light.