New Face Serum Inspired by Snake Venom; Bad Hair Days Linked to Bad Moods

• Jada Pinkett Smith styled her hair in tightly woven milkmaid braids, while her daughter, Willow, rocked a mohawk-pompadour hybrid at the premiere of The Karate Kid. [Jezebel]

• According to a recent study, bad hair days lead to lousy moods, and are also linked to self-doubt and social insecurity. When in doubt, wear a turban. [StyleList]

Zac Posen’s models sported thin, drawn-on eyebrows for his resort 2011 collection. [Fashion Indie]

• Glamoxy Snake Serum, a new face cream by Rodial, claims to fill wrinkles by simulating the paralyzing venom of the deadly Temple Viper snake. Suddenly, Botox seems less scary. [StyleList]

• Whitney Port doubled up on metallic eye shadows last night when she painted her lids in glittery silver and gold. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• Isabella Rossellini was the first person to wear Nars’s Pure Matte lipstick in Tonkin, a light berry shade. She debuted the color at the CFDA awards gala. [BellaSugar]