A conservative/augmenting upper blepharoplasty will be the best option to rejuvenate the aging changes in the upper eyelid. This can be followed by hyaluronic acid injections within the eyebrow-eyelid fat pads to reverse the hollowness and improve the 3D contours.
Upper eyelid surgery candidate
The photographs demonstrate asymmetrical hooding on the upper lids, and there is no ptosis present. The asymmetry is due to the orbital anatomy including skin, muscle and fat. An asymmetrical eyelid procedure can remove excess skin and fat more so on one side to balance out with the opposite side. Both sides are required. For many examples and more information, please see the link and the video below
Thank you for your question and photos! We always recommend a consultation with exam with a Board Certified Plastic or Cosmetic Surgeon in your area.
From viewing your photos, you do look like you would be a great candidate for eyelid blepharoplasty. A surgical procedure where a small wedge of skin is removed from the upper eyelid creating a more uniform and tighter more youthful eyelid. Sutures are placed hidden in the natural upper crease line and typically removed in 5 to 7 days.
From your photos it looks like one eyebrow may be lower than the other creating one eye to appear more hooded than the other. This is easily fixed by removing more skin from the hooded upper eye.
Best of luck!
This is not ptosis - the lid height is normal. You have some extra skin on the upper lids, called dermatochalasis. You have less fat in the upper left eyelid, so that the sulcus is deeper and the skin will not appear as droopy. You could do a blepharoplasty to remove the extra skin.