I have performed Face Lifts for over 20 years and IMHO, from your photos: the cheeks are a bit angular and could be more soft and rounded which make the face appear soft, feminie and youthful. The nasolabial folds display excess subcutaneous fat which appears more on the right than the left. There is evidence of jowls on both sides and excess skin. The chin appears a bit weak and there is excess skin and fatty tissue under the chin.
IMHO a minimum incision Face Lift with proper aesthetic shaping, of the cheeks, using Perlane, Radiesse or Cheek Implants combined with reduction of the nasolabial folds, anatomical chin implant (size small) with excision of exces skin and micro-lipo under the chin would do the trick. Would take about 90 minutes, with or without general anesthesia. Patients are allowed to fly home in as little as 3 days.
I do not perform nor recommend the mid face lift as it causes distortion of the corners of the mouth and eyebrows due to the vector of tissue pull, IMHO.
It appears that you may have had a previous Rhinoplasty with removal of a dorsal hump that has resulted in an open roof deformity and wide nasal bridge. There are some irregularities of the nasal tip and nostrils as well. All, or part, of these can be addressed with a closed Revision Rhinoplasty. Hope this helps.