from your recent pictures, your eyebrows don't appear to be ptotic or low. So I think you may benefit from very conservative upper eyelid blepharoplasty.
You have a very minimal ptosis of the upper lids. There is not much extra skin here. You look pretty good like this! If you want to simulate a browlift which will lift up the outer corners, try a little botox. If you like the way that looks, you could have a temporal browlift for a more permanent correction.
I suspect that on examination you might be found to also have a bit of left upper eyelid ptosis. I recommend an approach I call micro-blepharoplasty. This would entail correction of the ptosis, a tinny upper blephaorplasty with support for the upper eyelid platform and eye lashes to they perk up rather than slump down as they do now. Study my website to understand what is possible. Do not make the mistake of letting an inexperienced eyelid plastic surgeon do your surgery. You are beautiful and if you can't find the right surgeon, you are far safer not having any surgery than having the surgery done incorrectly.
I think your eye position is fine and would not recommend surgery at this time. If you want a slight lift of the eyebrow, botox could help. Best of luck.
An examination is key to brow and eyelid aesthetics. Based on your pictures I would not recommend any treatment.