Although the picture shown is out of focus, I can make a few comments.
1- The upper eyelid may have what we call ptosis, or drooping, because it seems like it covers too much of the brown part (the iris) of your eye. I don't know that fat grafting would fix it. You should be evaluated in person. You should consider an eyelid ptosis repair. It will open up your eye, and shorten the apparent length of the upper eyelid.
2- On most people the lower lid just touches the lower border of the iris. If the white part of the eye shows, you have scleral show. That can be off putting to some people.
A wider view of your face would give a better idea as to whether you would benefit from a canthopexy. Frankly, at your age, I don't think the lateral canthus is the problem. As seen in the picture, it is already higher than the medial canthus. Thightening it more might give you too much a cat like look.
If your cheekbone right below the lower eyelid is shallow, that tends to decrease support for the lower eyelid. In these cases it is worth considering fat grafting.