Yeah as you picked up on it’s not 向か, it’s 何か, which means something. So she’s basically asking “is something attached (to me)?” which from context makes sense to mean something like “is there something on my face?”
So no, she doesn’t say anything that literally means face, that part is omitted since it’s pretty obvious from context.
Ohhh ok that makes sense. I kept rewinding and listening to the same part again but I kept hearing むか. I do have the browser extension installed that helps you hover on each word but I’m not near my pc and I was curious!
I’m still a beginner. I’m actively listening to podcasts, watching Japanese shows (English subs for now), etc but it will be quite a long time until I’m able to listen to Japanese and understand most of it. Heck, right now I can only pick out a word here and there; mainly vocabulary I have learned on WK. I understand the use of particles well enough but reading at my own pace is very different from the mess of sounds of spoken Japanese Lol