Ok, my attempt as follows (hope you don't mind me editing it, you have the okay in your profile):
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How I did it:
Open in PS, duplicate layer, select brush tool and "lighten" mode - run over the bottom layer's ears with this then fiddle with the opacity of the top layer until they look natural. I also fiddled a little with desaturation to make a little bit more of the red go away. I merged the layers, had a look at it again and redid the first bit with the lightening because I wasn't happy.. I'm no PS expert but I'm getting better
I used PS CS2.
Oh, I also did her left ear one more time than I did the right because it's a bit more red
Oh, and I used the burn tool set to "highlights" to lessen the brightness of some of the stray hair near her ears as that made it look a little odd once I lightened the ears.
It looks okay to me - it's not a perfect job, if you wanted to spend more than a couple of minutes on it I think this method might work well.
++ P.S. - Welcome to the forums!