Do you need a facelift? Absolutely not. Botox, under eye restylane would make a huge difference for you. However, in the world we live in, I absolutely promise you that if you knock on enough doors asking for a facelift (and you have a big enough budget) you will get a facelift.
What I am struck by is the sadness that is visible in your photograph. You do not look like a happy camper. Usually when we are clinically depressed, it is hard to do nice things for ourselves. If you came to me as a pateint and told me who wanted a facelift, I would explore with you if you are seeking surgery not to look better but to punish yourself. I have seen self-cutters who actually move on and get surgeons to do the cutting for them.
Clinical depression is usually diagnosed by somatic symptoms that include difficulty sleeping, changes in appetite, lethergy, and feeling of low self worth and in the more extreme form, thoughts of suicide or actual suicide attempts or plans. However, I think that there are less extreme forms of depression that are still worth having evaluated and treated if necessary.
You will be the best judge if any of these symptoms sound like you. If so, your first step should be to heal the mind with psychotherapy and if necessary, medications. You may be vulnerable to some unsavory coversive practices of some offices and surgeon. It is not unheard of for patients to be victimized by a surgeon telling them that they look terrible, no one will love you looking a certain way, etc. In a vulnerable emotional state it is easy to have one's self esteem eroded even further. Obviously, this type of practice is unethical but it goes on.
Take it slow, explore the highly effective minimally invasive treatments and assess your current emotional state. We like to think that great cosmetic surgery builds the ego and it does. However, sometimes it is best to address the feelings head on and then take care of yourself from a better emotional place.