Green’s Dictionary of Slang

facey adj.

[SE face, effrontery]

1. (W.I.) cheeky, rude, impudent; thus faceyness n., impudence.

[UK]R.S. Surtees Mr Sponge’s Sporting Tour 345: Charley Romford, or Facey, as he was commonly called, from his being the admitted most impudent man in the country.
[US]M. Beckwith Black Roadways 88: Only a bad spirit is ‘facey’ enough to show himself to you.
[US](con. 1900s) C. McKay Banana Bottom 263: What right you hab fer interfere heah, you facey fellah?
[UK]Partridge DSUE (1984) 373/2: C.17–20.
[WI]W.G. Ogilvie Cactus Village 42: Every day you is gettin’ more facey. [...] I is askin you to please oblige me by not comin’ back to me with no more of you’ dyam faceyness.
[UK]V. Bloom Touch Mi, Tell Mi 76: Facey – impertinent.

2. (US) superficial.

[US]C. Eble (ed.) UNC-CH Campus Sl. Spring 2014 5: FACEY — superficial: ‘I don’t want to go to He’s Not because it’s too facey’.