Hello, zacK, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange.
Me and my friend, are having a grammar debate currently.
In standard English, we do not use objective-case pronouns (such as me) in subject position; we use subjective-case pronouns (such as I). In addition, in modern English, subject and predicate should not be separated by a comma:
- revised: "My friend and I are having a grammar debate currently."
Notice that I have also reversed the position of the first-person pronoun and the noun phrase "my friend."
X. Has an excessive quantity of make-up applied to his/her/their face
X. Has an excessive quantity of make-up applied onto his/her/their face
The normal preposition to use there is "on," not "onto."