When Eyebrows are asymmetric, the lower brow will create more heaviness on the affected side. When we perform upper eye lid surgery, we can attempt to make the asymmetrical eyelids more symmetrical by removing more skin on one side than the other.
In short, it is genetics and age-related droopiness of the eyelid and brows. As is the usually the case, the two eyes can be asymmetric.
You have Bilateral Upper Eyelid Ptosis ( droopy eye) and Brow Ptosis ( heavy brows that are droopy)
You should compare this photo to your younger photos and it will give you an idea.
If you wish to have this surgically corrected you will benefit from a Direct Brow Lift and correction of Upper Eyelid Ptosis.
All the best
You actually have a ptosis of both upper eyelids, with the lid touching the pupil. You have very heavy eyelid skin, and also have a brow ptosis which is worse on the right. Early in the day your forehead can probably help elevate the brow so your lids look more open. As the day goes on your forehead may fatigue, so that the brow will fall and the eye will appear more closed, especially on the right. make an appt. with an oculoplastic surgeon who can check the muscle function of the eyelids.
There are a lot of possibilities as to why the right eyebrow maybe drooping. First and foremost you have to look at where the actual problem is. It could be from the Eyebrows fourth could be from the eyelid itself. If I you see that you have asymmetric we call ptosis of the brows then this is an indication of some level of aging and it can be normal. When you look at the eyelid issues you have to see whether it is truly what we call dermatochalasis or ptosis of the eyelid. I would recommend that you see a board certified facial plastic surgeon for further help. Hope this helps.