You appear to have a long nose, with a droopy tip, as well as a profile hump. I don't think you'd get the best possible aesthetic result with only hump reduction. You might consider tip deprojection and rotation, along with nasal shortening, and hump removal. Nearly all patients requesting Rhinoplasty Surgery benefit from tip modification that is routinely performed at the time of surgery.
My preference is the open approach for Rhinoplasty; in my experience it leads to predictable results, and happy, satisfied patients. Downtime is minimal after Rhinoplasty Surgery using the open approach. Our makeup specialist matches your foundation before surgery, and bruising is easily camouflaged with a post-op concealer kit. Your bruising would be comparable with either the open or closed approach since you would require osteotomies after your hump is removed.
Your satisfaction with your Rhinoplasty Surgery is dependent on your surgeon, so be picky, and choose wisely. You should interview several board-certified, experienced Rhinoplasty specialists with many photos. You should request to see computer-imaging to get a good idea of how you'll look after surgery.
I hope you find this helpful.