Oh it is so cute! I hate to see people requesting critiques and not receiving one, because it seems frustrating, so I will do my best!
I really love this painting. There are a lot of things that I find very inspiring! Your use of wet into wet to create contrast, the bright colors, and the fantastic use of negative space! I also love how you use lines to imply lots of detail without cluttering everything up.
I especially like the negative painting for the plant to the right, as well as the overlapping bubbles.
Now, to try and make this critique helpful. At first, I thought there were cracks in the tub because of the dripping strawberry bubbles. The dark blue shading around the drips enhances that effect because it breaks up the line of the lip of the tub. I'm not sure if glazing the color over the tub would have helped, or just leaving off the shading around the drips. For one of the big bubbles you can see the tub and plant behind it, and that creates a very pleasing 3d effect.
I absolutely adore the green plant, and that the green color shows up in the bubbles and the shower flower at the top of the painting. But I also find that when I look at the painting it is the first thing I look at, every time. Maybe there should be an intense shot of color on the headband or heart to really zing eyeballs right to the main focus of the painting? Of course, converting paintings to digital often disrupts the colors, and it also seems like in person the headband is probably a very eye-catching yellow, in which case I shake my fist at computers.
I hope I managed to say something helpful! I love this painting, and I learned a lot from it.