Copyright and Privacy Policy


This notice illustrates the processing of personal data of visitors and users (collectively “Users”) of Miss Parfaite, SASU website ( the “Website”).

Miss Parfaite, SASU may modify this notice to adapt it to any future extension of or change to the Website or the service offering. In case of substantial changes, Miss Parfaite, SASU shall publish a notice on the Website and/or send a notice by email to report information about the changes and collect any request to exercise the rights envisaged by personal data protection rules.


For the purposes of this Notice, the date controller is registered office in PARIS, Via 22 Passage Verdeau, Tax Code and VAT Number 60851932780 (“MISS PARFAITE”).

  1. 2.1Data provided by Users

The personal data collected from the Website is the data provided by Users when they decide to file a request to MISS PARFAITE to the addresses indicated on the Website.

The data collected may therefore include Users’ personal data contained in the communications and requests sent to MISS PARFAITE (e.g. name and surname, email address, telephone number), as well as any additional data required to respond to and fulfil Users’ requests.

We recommend Users to provide only up-to-date and relevant data, not exceeding the specific purposes of the data processing.

Any unnecessary data will be immediately erased or anonymised.

  1. 2.2Navigation data

Every time you access the Website, the systems automatically record and analyse access data (e.g. provider’s IP address, information about the browser used, visited pages, date, time and duration of each visit). Information is automatically collected by the Website and this does not require any action by Users.

The data collected are exclusively anonymised or aggregated data, and, therefore, do allow User identification. The information collected just allow to detect and solve any technical problem.


Personal data of Website Users (“Data”) may be processed for the following purposes.

  1. 3.1Responding to Users’ requests

Data will also be processed to respond to any request that Users may send to the addresses available on the Website: to this end, Users should send their contact data, otherwise MISS PARFAITE will not be able to reply.

The legal basis for personal data processing is the necessity to implement pre-contractual and contractual measures adopted on the User’s request, and to fulfil the related law obligations.


Data will be processed by means of manual and digital tools by employees and/or collaborators of MISS PARFAITE and/or of the firms expressly appointed as data processors, and to which MISS PARFAITE has given detailed operating instructions with special reference to the adoption of appropriate technical and organisational security measures.

The full list of Data processors is kept at the controller’s offices and is available on request, which may be sent to the addresses specified in article 7 below.


Data will be provided and transferred to the categories of subjects specified where the purposes and methods of personal data processing are described.


Personal data collected and processed by MISS PARFAITE, for the purposes identified in the foregoing paragraph 3.1, may be retained in a form which allows User identification for the period of time required to achieve the purposes of personal data processing and, in particular, to respond to Users’ requests, for a period of 12 (twelve) months from the last contact occurred.

Data may be retained for a longer period of time whenever that is necessary in order to fulfil any law obligation, or to protect MISS PARFAITE’s rights, until expiration of the relevant limitation term.


The User may at any time and to the extent to which the rights are applicable: (I) obtain confirmation of the existence or non-existence of personal data concerning him/her; (II) request to access his/her personal data; (III) request the rectification, erasure or restriction of processing of personal data; (IV) object to processing, or revoke his/her consent to data processing, without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing based on the consent provided before the revocation; (V) receive in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format, the personal data concerning him/her provided to MISS PARFAITE, as well as request that such data is sent to another controller (right to personal data portability); (VI) file a complaint to the Personal Data Protection Authority or a claim  to the competent Judicial Authority.

The requests to exercise the aforementioned rights shall be sent to any of the following addresses:

  • by email, to
  • by registered mail with return receipt, Miss Parfaite, SASU 22 Passage Verdeau

Also the requests relating to Data recipients may be sent to the same addresses as well as the requests for clarification about this notice.


This privacy notice is given exclusively in relation to the Data collected through the Website and with reference to the purposes identified in paragraph 3 above, and not for any other websites that are consulted and/or may be consulted through links and/or widgets (e.g. social networks): any such other websites will process Data as independent controllers and in compliance with their respective privacy notices, reference to which by users is expressly recommended.


Cookies are small text strings that are sent by the websites visited by users to the browser of their PC, where they are stored and subsequently resent to the same websites the next time the same user visits the website.  During any website navigation, users may receive on their PC “first-party” cookies, when cookies are directly managed by the website owner and/or manager, as well as cookies that are sent by different websites or web servers (so-called “third-party” cookies); this occurs because on the visited website there may be elements that reside on servers other than the one on which the website is residing. In other words, these are the cookies which are set up by a website other than the one you are currently visiting.  

With reference to the purposes pursued, cookies may be technical, analytical and profiling cookies.

The Website uses the following cookies for the purposes specified below.

Technical cookies

Technical cookies are used only for the purpose of sending any communication through an electronic communication network, or to the extent that is strictly necessary for the web service provider to provide a service explicitly requested by the user.  

The technical cookies existing on the Website may be broken down as follows: navigation or session cookies, that ensure the standard navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or to register to access reserved areas). Such cookies include functionality cookies, which allow to remember choices users make on the website (for example, the language), in order to improve the service delivered to users.

The prior consent of users is not required for the installation of such cookies.

The Website uses the following technical cookies:

functionality cookies

To remember choices users make on the website (for example, the language), in order to improve the service delivered to users.


Analytic cookies

Analytic cookies are used to collect information, in an aggregated form, on the number of users and about how users visit the Website.

It should be noted that the Website uses the following third-party analytic cookies:

Google Analytics

To collect information, in an aggregated form, on the number of users and about how users visit the Website.

2 years


Profiling cookies

These cookies allow to create an anonymous users’ profile based on their Website navigation experience.  In this way it is possible to display advertisements tailored to the users’ specific interests during navigation.

How personal data is provided by Users

Users authorise the use of cookies by continuing their navigation on the Website, after reading the relevant banner. The provision of data is optional.

It is possible to modify the preferences relating to cookies at any time by means of specific browser configurations, according to the specific procedures described below. Through the browser preferences it is also possible to delete the cookies previously installed, including the cookie in which the consent to the installation of cookies may be saved by the Website.

Users may express their consent to the use of the Website cookies. It is possible to accept all cookies or only some of them, or to refuse all of them. If the User decides to disable the cookies (even technical cookies), he/she will not have access to many features that make this Website more efficient and some of our services will not operate properly.

With regard to third-party cookies, the user may also exercise his/her right to object to personal data processing by obtaining information through the third party’s privacy policy, through the opt-out link if that is explicitly provided in the aforementioned privacy policy or in the cookie notice, or by directly contacting the same third party.

Options for the use of cookies.

It is possible to manage cookies through the settings of the browser used. As the functions of each browser are slightly different, users shall refer to the “help” menu of their own browser to understand how to properly change the cookie settings.

Users may change the browser settings so as to delete the cookies or not to save them on the PC or on the mobile device without their express consent. Users may better understand how to set their browsers at the following links: