Jennifer Jones, project coordinator at Allure Labs, tested the foundation products ahead of time and said, “I think consumers of all ages will enjoy the benefits of her products.” Belleci feels her own confidence came from her four years of cheering for the Oakland Raiders.“Being a Raiderette was fabulous because it brought out more confidence in me and took me out of my comfort zone,” Belleci said.Adjustors last about two years, and base foundation refills cost .
Belleci's special-effects credits include work on the "Star Wars" prequels and "The Matrix" trilogy.
"The thing that impressed me the most about these kids and this orphanage is that they're trying to raise these children into leaders," he said.
"They're not there just feeding them and giving them shelter, but they're educating them and encouraging them.
Described by the trio as “Mythbusters in Wonderland,” “The White Rabbit Project” will debut on the streaming platform later this year.
According to Nerdist, the title comes from the fact this new show will center around the oddities you might encounter when you ‘go down the rabbit hole on the internet.’ A quick teaser was shown at Dragon Con, where the announcement was made, featuring Belleci and Byron attempting to enjoy a glass of wine — only one of them is “strapped up to a bunch of wires” while the other is “attempting to control his arm movements remotely.”Few other concrete details have been divulged, including the precise nature of Imahara, Belleci and Byron’s involvement or how many episodes are expected, though “The White Rabbit Project” does have a release date: December 9 on Netflix.
"One of the pastors said 'If we can educate 5,000-6,000 kids over the years, these kids are going to grow up and you're going to have a whole generation of leaders,'" Belleci continued.