This is the $64 foundation Laura Dern and Cate Blanchett wore at the Golden Globes

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On Sunday evening, Jan. 5, the 77th Golden Globes were held, bringing together Hollywood's biggest and brightest stars for a night of awards, jokes and headline-making moments.

And while the red carpet was full of many unique looks, there was one thing that more than a few stars had in common: Perfect, radiant, almost-airbrushed looking skin.

While of course, everyone knows that A-listers have access to the best estheticians, dermatologists and makeup artists around, there is one product that seven of our favorite celebs (including Laura Dern, Cate Blanchett and Cynthia Erivo) used for their red carpet looks at the Globes this year -- and you can bet that we've already added it to our online carts at Sephora.

As it turns out, anyone can achieve a red carpet-worthy complexion with Armani Beauty's Luminous Silk Foundation. This medium-coverage foundation has a pretty hefty price tag of $64 but it's actually worth the hype. With over 320,000 "loves" on and having previously won several beauty awards, it's no surprise that the foundation is a staple in many people's makeup bags.

Shop: Armani Beauty's Luminous Silk Foundation, $64

According to its product description, the liquid foundation is suitable for most skin types and "is made with patented Micro–fil™ technology. Unlike other foundations, which are made with round pigments that cause separation on the skin, Micro–fil™ technology pigments lay flat for seamless blending and layering, a flawless, second-skin effect and a lit-from-within glow." So if you have issues with your foundation caking or getting stuck in fine lines, you're going to want to snag a bottle of your own.

After all, at this year's Golden Globes, Ana de Armas, Isla Fisher, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Billy Porter all wore various shades of the product and who doesn't want that glowy complexion typically attainable only by a full glam squad?