I never liked full face masks. Most of them don't vent well, so as others mentioned, fogging can be an issue with some. The ones that works the best to prevent fogging, in my experience, have a flap that extends from the nose and covers two downward facing nostril holes.
Personally, I also don't do well with wet stuff up against my face, and full masks get wet quickly. Most also require you remove them to eat and drink, which I find a pain. With facial hair I've definitely had them freeze to my face. I prefer neck gators. What I find works well for me is to get them extra long and wrap them over the top of my head (held in place by my helmet). Sits underneath my chin and I can easily pull it up over my mouth if needed. I carry a few so I can swap them out if they get wet during the day. Still get a few stay hairs frozen in it, but nothing like having a full face mask cemented to your beard and mustache. Doesn't help with the nose though, since covering the nose like that will fog goggles. I just cover my nose on lifts, and warm it with my hands if needed. I've never really found face protection I liked, but neck gators have been the most tolerable for me.