First, let me say that I'm sorry you've gone through this with having little information. It's not a wonder you're afraid.
You probably don't have it orally. It's very rare to have it there. It's not impossible, but I'd estimate that 99.99% of all oral herpes infections are hsv1. Random tingly feelings are usually anxiety or a heightened awareness of the area.
Herpes infections aren't automatically both oral and genital. Herpes infects nerve groups, and oral herpes infects the trigeminal nerve in the face, and genital herpes infects the sacral nerve group in the genital/boxer shorts area. It's not an infection that affects your whole body.
You can assume that your infection is genital only. Even if you had it orally, we know that oral hsv2, when it does happen, almost never recurs or sheds (this is when the virus is present on the skin but you don't see anything), so it almost never transmits to anyone.
So your questions:
1.)Is it normal for this to happen?
The tingly feelings in your face might be anxiety. It's not related to herpes. The feelings genitally might be the same, or might be some irritated nerves. Either way, it will settle down.
2.) Will I have an outbreak on my face now after the initial genital outbreak?
I doubt this, because I don't think you have it orally.
3.)I only had lesions genitally during my only outbreak, does this mean I can pass it through a kiss since I feel random tingling?
I don't want to overwhelm you with info all at once, but I do want to make sure you get the info you need. Terri Warren is a leading researcher and practitioner in the herpes field, and she wrote the Herpes Handbook. You can read it for free here - https://westoverheights.com/herpes/the-updated-herpes-handbook/
I'm happy to answer all your questions as you have them. I've had herpes for over 15 years, and I promise you that you are going to be fine.