Personal data means any information that may be used to identify you, such as, your name, phone number, email address or postal address.
There is a Get in Touch facility available on this website which will collect and provide GirlyGlam with the information you enter into the text boxes and the tick box preferences you have made. In light of GDPR I have endeavoured to make sure that the information I request is absolutely necessary and of Legitimate Interest to allow me to process your enquiry. This is otherwise known under GDPR as Legal Basis and is a requirement in law. In addition, I now include tick boxes to allow you to choose how you would like us to maintain contact with me, so that you can be sure your details won't be added to a company newsletter for example if you don't wish to receive such correspondence.
If you decide to book me for your event, I will of course require further information from you. Practical information such as directions and parking instructions. In addition, most clients will need to complete a medical questionnaire. This is a legal requirement and is a condition of my Public Liability Insurance.
Another example of personal information - Photos, are often taken of our work for two reasons:
1- At make-up and hair trials so that we can have a visual reminder of what we did for your special day. These are never shared before your event date.
2 - On the day of your event so that we can show off our skills to prospective clients on both this website and our social media accounts including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.
You will always be asked if you are happy for us to use your images and there is a space on the consultation form for you to sign to say if you are happy or not for images to be shared.
If you refuse to provide information requested, then if that information is necessary for a service I provide to you I may need to stop providing that service.
6 Using your personal information
there are two main Data Processors whom we also use to process your information.
10.7.1 Emails: We delete emails after 7 years as they often contain information that is connected with your Consultation Forms. However, in most cases these can be deleted upon request. In the event that we cant, we would explain fully the reasons why.
10.7.2 Consultation forms: We have a legal obligation to keep these for 7 years from the date of treatment in order to satisfy company insurance requirements. For those who were under 18 on the day of treatment, forms have to be kept for 7 years from the date of their 18th birthday.
10.7.3 Invoices and Account: To satisfy HMRC rules, these documents must be kept for 5 years after the 31 January submission deadline of the relevant tax year. These documents are carefully filed at the end of each accounting year and are not accessed again until the date they can be destroyed unless there is a legal obligation that requires access.
10.7.4 Images: A selection of images of our clients may be displayed on this website and our Social Media Accounts as listed above. We don't display images without your permission and they can be removed on request.
10.8 I will tell you if there is a breach, or a likely breach, of your data protection rights.