An open rhinoplasty could help deliver the nasal result you discussed, though a lip lift would need to be performed in a separate procedure if needed at all. Allow the nose to heal and look to see if the upper lip event needs a lift after the rhinoplasty, but if needed to transcolumellar incision needs to heal prior to a lip lift.
Perform the rhinoplasty first then reevaluate the need for lip lift. A rhinoplasty procedure can accomplish narrowing the bridge line, narrowing the tip and narrowing wide nostrils.
Rhinoplasty will improve your nose. However, it will not make your nose longer than it is. Rhinoplasty will also not lift or shorten your nose. You should not have a upper lip lift because you have a high risk of forming a keloid.
Thank you for your question and photos. You can have both procedures done simultaneously. A rhinoplasty alone will not decrease the length of the philtrum. Your upper lip will become more prominent with a lip lift, but you will need to make a decision on that. It appears you have a slight asymmetry where your right upper lip is lower than your left. This can be addressed with the lip lift as well. I hope this helps.Best wishes and kind regards,
Thank you for your question. After reviewing your photos, I do believe that you are a good candidate for rhinoplasty. This will narrow, refine and add projection to your nose creating a more aesthetically-pleasing contour. After the rhinoplasty is complete, it is unlikely that your philtrum will still appear too long, and as a lip lift will cause unnecessary scarring, I would not recommend this procedure.