That's great to hear how your life is so improved after a year on CPAP Cathy. We're the lucky ones to have got diagnosed, as there's so many poor folk out there, unaware they're sufferers of OSA, struggling on as best they can whilst their physical, emotional and even mental health is deteriorating
There isn't a full face mask without headgear, but I use the Soft Cap Headgear with mine, and a lot of others do, with great success. It's hard to describe, but as one of the reviewers states on the website "it almost feels like the mask isn't strapped to my head anymore." This sums it up for me too. Here's the link http://www.hope2sleep.co.uk/products/70 I've been using the lycra one, as there's a mesh one as well, so am going to try that one soon to see the difference.
Regarding the air blowing in your eyes, take a look at this discussion about making some mask liners out of old t-shirts. They can really stops the leaks http://hope2sleepguide.co.uk/forum/topics/masks-and-air-leaks Another option is to buy a thin sleep eye mask which are fairly cheap and I know several people who use these without them causing leaks.
Fisher Paykel make a oral mask called a Oracle which fits in the mouth and the strap fits more on your neck rather than your head.
I bought one but I could not get on with it but I still keep it around .It could be useful if my nose and face got sunburned for instance