Am I concerned?
If you have entrusted your beauty salon using the Wavy checkout application, or Wavy directly, with your personal data, you are concerned by the processing operations listed in this section and have all the rights attached to them. If you use the online booking and transparent payment services, you are also concerned by this processing.
What data do we collect?
Wavy collects the data that you entrust to your beauty establishment when creating your customer account or to Wavy when making an online appointment: surname, first names, date of birth, age range, gender, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, profile photos. If you use the transparent payment function, your payment method data is also collected. Wavy only collects data that you voluntarily provide.
What do we do with this data?
Your data is used for statistical purposes, to create your customer account, to identify you each time you visit your beauty salon, to make online appointments, to pay for your bookings and to communicate with your hair salon, beauty salon or spa. Your contact details are also used to send you promotional or commercial offers. In order to refine the choice of offers sent to you and to avoid you being overwhelmed by unwanted emails, we automatically process your data so that we only send you messages that are likely to interest you.
Where is your data stored?
This data is stored with our partners in the European Union and the United States. Our partners located outside the European Union all act in accordance with the Privacy Shield agreement, adopted by the European Commission on 12 July 2016, which ensures a high level of security for your data. Under no circumstances will our partners storing your data be able to access or use it in any way.
How long is this data kept?
If it is not renewed, your data will be completely deleted within 16 years of your last visit to an establishment using the Wavy application, unless you request that it be deleted before the end of this period. Your data relating to your means of payment is kept by our service provider in a secure manner for a period that cannot exceed 7 years.
Can I object to this processing?
Wavy is committed to respecting the privacy of everyone and offers you the possibility of objecting to the processing of all or part of this data, or even to object to any storage of it. You will find at the bottom of the page the methods for exercising this right.
How can I access or control the use of my data?
You can freely access all of your data used by Wavy, or request the rectification or deletion of part or all of it; you can also control which processing you choose to authorise or prohibit, and object to any automated processing of your data. Your data can also be returned to you if you so wish. You will find at the bottom of the page the procedures for exercising this right.
What recourse do I have in the event of disagreement?
If you are dissatisfied with the answers given by Wavy regarding the use of your data, you can contact the Commission Nationale de l'Informatiques et desLibertés (CNIL), 3 Place de Fontenoy - 75007 Paris.
General information and exercise of your rights
Data controller: SAS TDLS, a company registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 821 583 713, whose registered office is located at 9 boulevard de la Madeleine, 75001 Paris
Data Protection Officer: Mr Victor Lebeau.
For any request for clarification regarding the use of your personal data or for any exercise of your right to access, rectify or delete your data; your right to object to the processing, whether automated or not, of your data or to limit such processing, you may send your request to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or send a letter to the following address Société TDLS - Data processing - 9 Boulevard de la Madeleine. - 75001 Paris.