It would be best if you saw a physician in person, however, your photos do look like you would benefit from fillers. See an experienced eyelid injector.
In my opinion, subconjunctival (inside the eyelid) lower blepharoplasty, arcus marginalis release and fat redistribution would give the best outcome in terms of longevity, aesthetics, predictability and consistency. However, this procedure requires a highly skilled, experienced surgeon. The treatment with fillers or fat injections may perhaps be considered more simple but their outcomes are not as consistent.
Hi. The dark circles are caused by a groove between your eyelid fat and
cheek fat (nasojugal grooves). As you are very young the best way to
improve these is using a dermal filler injected to fill up the groove. These are very
safe, but are only temporary, lasting 4-6 months. You should always have
something temporary first to see whether you like the effect. If you like the
effect then there are longer lasting fillers, which can last up to 18 months or
so. Regards Dr Charles Cope
You have very little fat in this area, called the tear trough. This lack of volume makes the area look dark and hollow. If you put some filler in here, such as restylane or belotero, much of the dark shadow will be improved and the area will look less hollow.