You've got three superb choices from Kodak at the moment, but they each have their own look. Don't
count on Fauxtoshop to fix mistakes or turn one film into another. That's the lazy way out, but is in fact
the hard way. Pick a film and learn to use it properly. You've got a low-contrast skintone-friendly choice
(Portra 160), a more saturated and contrasty choice requiring more careful exposure and light balancing (Ektar), and something in the middle (Porta 400). Then there is still a little Fuji around if you want to
experiment with that. Hard to go wrong quality-wise, but applicability to specific subject matter is another question completely.