We love when we get the deets on a beauty product the stars swear by behind the scenes!

Flyaway hair strands don't care who you are or where you are. You could be a Hollywood actress in front of the camera, and tresses still won't know to stay put.

So what are the ladies of Tinseltown using? A little birdie told us that the White Sands Firm Hold Liquid Texture Firm Hold Hairspray is the go-to product for many stars.

Hayden Panetierre of the show Nashville is a definite fan.

"I was a personal to Hayden Panettiere and couldn't get her looks without it!"  Kerry Mendenhall, who worked on the Nashville set said.

The spray has also been used routinely on the set of Mad Men. Stylist Michelle Payne says she used it all the time.

"It was the only product I used on my sets or iron touch-ups. The up-do's also lasted the day, and could be brushed and be redone," Payne explained.

You'll also find this spray on the set of hit shows Scandal, Glee, Revenge and True Blood too!

So what's so great about this hair spray?

Coined as "the ultimate design tool" by creator Fernando Salas, this $19 White Sands Liquid Texture Line allows you to put every type of hot iron directly on hair infused with this wet product.

The more heat applied, the shinier the hair becomes. Liquid Texture Firm is designed for all dry hair styling needs with the exception of roller sets and scrunching, which can be accomplished wet or dry.

You can pair Liquid Texture Firm with your favorite flat iron for a super sleek, straight style that is free of frizz and humidity resistant. And getting the same camera-ready hold that the stars love is super easy. 

Simply spray your entire head with a few mists of Liquid Texture Firm. Blow dry tresses with hot air and a round brush to seal in product and create a gorgeous styling foundation enhanced with shine.

Re-comb hair once dry and separate into sections. Flat iron hair using a comb for added control. Once finished, style incredibly illuminating locks as desired.

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