What is the meaning of the idiom 'in your face'?
This term gives you a clear mental image of someone standing too
close to you, staring aggressively into your face or shoving
something in front of your face, and that's what it means. You say
that someone was "in your face," when they were acting aggressively
and forcing you to look at something or talk about something or
deal with something that you really didn't want to have to think
about. This can also be used like, "I told you so." Meaning that
you were right and the other person is wrong, but the "In your
face" version is used to 'rub in' the fact that the other person
is/was wrong, but to a higher extent as "I told you so."
It means to go through any challenge or problem that you have.
"Face the music" means you are responsible for your actions and
the repercussions of those actions. If you do something wrong, the
blame is on you.