You definitely have mild right upper eyelid ptosis and there is a compensatory brow elevation. However you need to be assessed very carefully to determine if there is subtle left upper eyelid ptosis. The reason for this, if it is present and not corrected then after surgery the side corrected will look normal and the opposite side will now look heavy. Also you need very careful double fold surgery at the same time to remove a small amount of skin below the crease to correct the eyelash ptosis. The epicanthal folds are not symmetric. However, I might not recommend correctly this. It is a risk. This involves placing a visible scar in the medial canthal area. This can heal nicely or not. That risk is usually not worth taking in my estimation.