While your photo makes it appear that a bleph may well be all you need, I would need to know if you have Botox effect in the photo. If the brow position is artificially elevated because of the Botox, you may well benefit from the brow lift as well.
Would a blepharoplasty work for my hooded eye and sloping brow?
A blepharoplasty combined with a brow lift would probably be your best options to correct these issues. A blepharoplasty alone will not address the eyebrow issue.
Forehead lift or blepharopalsty
The answer depends on how high is the forehead and from your frontal photo, it apperas that your forehead is on the high side. Therefore, teh forehead lift is not a good idea in your case and blepharoplasty is much simpler procedure and a better choice for you.
Browlift or upper eyelids
Although your upper eyelids are full, I believe your brow position is good. Photos of you when you were younger will be very helpful to your plastic surgeon to determine if your brow position was truly higher or if the upper lids are the only issue.
An upper lid blepharoplasty can be done to remove upper lid skin and some medial fat.
Ulthera is a nonsurgical option for skin tightening of the brow face and neck which can make a nice improvement in the brow position and upper lids.
Seek out a board certified plastic surgeon to help you with this decision. Remember to bring your photos when you were younger as this will guide your surgeon.
We have many techniques to alter your appearance but it is better to look like did once before than to look like someone else.
All the best and I hope this was helpful.
The brow position is quite adequate and a brow lift is not necessary. To remove the hooded excess skin an upper blepharoplasty can be performed. Excess skin and a small amount of fat is removed from reduced the puffy look. For many examples, please see the link below
Blepharoplasty or brow lift?
A blepharoplasty will not help to raise the eyebrows. The only long term method to help raise the eyebrows would be a brow/forehead lift. The brow position in your photos looks good. I'm not sure if that is with Botox present or not. I would not recommend a brow lift with the position of your brows in your photos. It is possible that upper blepharoplasty could help but you really would need to be evaluated first to see if you are a good candidate or not.
Blepharoplasty or brow lift
Your photo shows nicely shaped brows in good position.
Your upper lids have considerable fat.
A blepharoplasty with conservative fat reduction is probably best.
If Botox gives you the look you want, stick with Botox.
Brows and eyelids
The only non invasive therapy that helps is the Botox you are already using. The pictures you sent show a nicely contoured brow. Perhaps the picture was taken with Botox in effect. Your upper eyelids should be compared to photos taken 10-15 years ago before considering blepharoplasty surgery at this time. Have a live visit with a surgeon who does brow and eyelid surgery. Get at least two opinions. Bring your old pictures.