Who are we?
Perfume Click Europe BV. is an e-commerce company based in the Netherlands. We have been selling fragrances and beauty products online since 2009.
§ 1 Personal data
Perfume Click Europe BV. collects data in various ways to improve our service. We may also provide personalized content via email marketing or through the website itself to users who have expressly consented to this. In this section we describe how we may collect and use your data.
a) Personal data
Personal data is any information that reveals or can reveal the identity of the customer. Perfume Click Europe BV. follows the principle of data avoidance. The collection of personal data is avoided as far as possible.
We may collect, store and use the following types of information. More information about what data we collect and when this happens is below.
(a) information about your visits to and use of parfum-klick.de;
(b) Information about transactions made between you and us on or in connection with parfum-klick.de, including information in connection with the purchase of our products or services.
(c) information you provide to us to register a user account with us and/or to subscribe to email alerts from Perfume Click;
The processing of personal data takes place exclusively for the establishment of the contract, content design, implementation or processing of the contractual relationship. In principle, data will not be passed on to third parties. Personal data will only be used to the extent necessary, in particular to manage the customer account, to fulfill and process the order or if Perfume Click Europe BV. is obliged to do so by law or by court order or insofar as this is necessary to legally prevent misuse contrary to the General Terms and Conditions.
- Process orders you have submitted.
- Deliver your order in cooperation with our couriers, send order and delivery confirmations and contact us if there are any problems with your purchase.
- To improve our website through anonymous analysis of user behavior.
- Improve your browsing experience by customizing the website.
- Receive feedback on the services we offer. This can be done by third parties such as Trustpilot.
- Send targeted email notifications if you wish.
- Application process for competitions.
- We provide other companies with statistical information about our users. However, this information is not used to identify an individual user.
As described above, the data can be used to analyze website behavior and website usage. Whether you agreed to this at checkout or signed up manually, we may also use the information you provide to send targeted automated messages based on the products you have purchased or viewed. We may use your purchase data, including the items purchased and the amount spent, to personalize email marketing offers. We will never use your personal payment information for marketing purposes.
If you agree to this during the checkout process, we can also use your purchase data, including the items and the amount purchased, to customize offers on the website for you. This is done solely to provide you with a more personalized service that matches your interests.
The customer can object to the storage of his personal data at any time. This does not apply to data that must be kept available to process the contract.
d) Right to information
Perfume Click Europe BV will provide information upon written request. the customer about the data stored about him.
e) Right to correction, deletion and blocking of data
Upon request, the customer has the right to have incorrect personal data corrected, deleted or blocked at any time. Exercising the right is free of charge and can be requested in a simplified manner using the contact form. This is basically free.
Perfume Click collects and processes personal data both as a processor and as a controller in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
It is important to us that you have control over the data we collect from you. You can contact us at any time to:
- Withdraw your consent to receive email marketing, personalized services, or the Data Policy altogether.
- Request access to all data Perfume Click has collected about you.
- Change any data Perfume Click has collected about you.
- Request that all data Perfume Click has about you be deleted.
- Request that your data not be collected. Please note that we cannot process any order without the personal information required for delivery such as full address, name and contact details.
- Request that your data not be used for analysis, research, automated decision-making or direct marketing.
We believe it should be easy for you to monitor and control how we use your information. Our goal is to complete the actions described above in one month or less upon request. However, for tax and fraud protection reasons, we may need to retain certain information for up to 6 months. If this violates the above standards in any way, we will contact you to find a solution. If you have any questions about our data collection and storage, please contact us.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHerengracht 449 A, 1017BR Amsterdam, The Netherlands
§ 2 Usage and registration data
To design the website, usage and registration data are collected, processed and used to the extent required. Customer data and IP address are recorded in the log file with the date and time and used and stored for the purpose of statistical evaluation of this website. A combination of usage and registration data with personal data does not take place.
Mandatory fields in the checkout areas are required to enable the purchase and delivery of your order and to fulfill the contract agreed as part of the completed ordering process in accordance with GDPR 6.1. We share relevant information such as your address and phone number with our couriers so they can deliver your order and confirm delivery via SMS. This information will only be used to process the delivery.
In order to be able to place an order, Perfume Click needs the following data:
We need your email address so that we can send you order and delivery confirmations and let you know if there are any problems with your purchase. We will not send you marketing emails unless you consent to it.
We ask for your name as it is required for our courier service to deliver your order.
We ask for your phone number so we can contact you if there is a problem with your order. Some couriers may send a delivery confirmation to the number provided.
This information is required for the delivery of your order. If you pay by card or invoice, we also need this information to confirm the payment.
This information is required for the delivery of your order.
Confidential information such as e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, home or work addresses and your full name are not publicly available on the website. Our checkout process is encrypted to ensure your privacy. Unless you have expressly consented to receiving marketing materials at your email address, we will not send you any promotional materials through that email address or other means of contact.
All payment information entered is processed by trusted third parties who in turn comply with applicable data protection laws. Information such as card details, PayPal account information and other data that can be used for payment is not stored by our system and is not accessible to us at any time. We only store information about the amount paid, the service used for the payment and the payment reference. Unless you have consented to our use of your information for personalization purposes, this information will only be used to perform our contract with you and to resolve any issues with your purchase.
§ 3 Data security
a) Data security
All data on www.parfum-klick.de is protected against loss, destruction, access, modification and dissemination by technical and organizational measures (interactions on our website take place under a 256-bit encrypted SSL connection: verified by COMODO CA Ltd Connection). Perfume Click Europe BV. However, no liability is assumed for the destruction or damage of data.
b) Sessions and Cookies
§ 4 Notice
If you register for our newsletter, we will use the data you have provided to send the newsletter. In this case, your e-mail address will be used for our own advertising purposes until you unsubscribe from the newsletter. You can revoke this consent at any time with effect for the future by unsubscribing from the newsletter.
You can register a user account without completing an order. When you register for a user account, we collect the following data. This information is only used to contact you about problems or changes to your user account. Unless you have given your separate consent, we will not use this data to send you any kind of marketing material.
First name, last name, phone number, email address, password
If you have signed up for email marketing - either through our website or by enabling it during the checkout process - we will store your email address. This is the only email address used to send marketing materials. If you have consented to this, further data about your purchases can be used to send you personalized and targeted email campaigns.
§ 5 Third Party Services
We will never sell or rent your data to third parties. However, we may share some information with our third party service providers or affiliates to perform services on our behalf or to solicit feedback on the services we provide. When we use third parties, we only provide the information necessary to provide the service in question.
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This website gives you the option of publishing information worldwide using the Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA ("Google") Google +1 button. If a page with Google +1 is called up, the data is transmitted to Google via a connection with Google. Google stores the information that you +1'd content and information about the page you viewed when +1'd. Google records information about your +1 activities in order to improve Google services. The identity of your Google profile can be displayed to users who know your email address or have other identifying information about you. The information provided is used by Google +1 in accordance with the applicable Google data protection regulations. Google may publish aggregated statistics about users' +1 activity or pass them on to users and partners, such as publishers, advertisers or affiliated websites. If you are logged in to Google +1, the data retrieved can be assigned directly to your Google +1 profile. This attribution option will close when you leave Google +1.
The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Google as well as your rights in this regard and setting options for protecting your privacy can be found in Google's data protection information: http://www. google .com/intl/de/+/policy //+1button.html If you do not want Google to directly assign the data collected via our website to your Google+ profile, you must log out of Google+ before visiting our website. You can also completely prevent the Google plugins from loading with add-ons for your browser, e.g. with the script blocker "NoScript" (http://noscript.net/)
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Functions of the social network Pinterest Inc., 635 High Street, Palo Alto, CA, 94301, USA ("Pinterest") are integrated on this website. You can recognize the Pinterest plugin by the “Pin it button” on this page. By clicking on the Pinterest "Pin it" button while using this website, Printerest users can link content from these pages to their Pinterest profile. This allows Pinterest to assign the visit to the user account. We would like to point out that we, as the provider of the pages, have no knowledge of the content of the data transmitted or how it is used by Pinterest. You can find more information on this in the data protection declaration at [http://de.about.pinterest.com/privacy/].
Even if you have not consented to receiving email marketing communications from us, our customer service may contact you using the email address or phone number that you have provided. We will not contact you unless there is an urgent issue with your purchase, for example. B. a delivery failure or a problem with your payment. These e-mails are purely service-oriented and contain no advertising.
§ 6 Contact
To contact us on the subject of data protection, the customer can contact the contact person specified in the imprint or use the contact form.
Set Cream Products
Like we mentioned, the best eyeshadow for mature eyes tends to be cream formulas, since they won't settle into fine lines. That said, it's a good idea to set cream products with powder formulas to avoid any transfer. You can do this for both your eyeshadow and eyeliner, by using a matte eyeshadow.
Gentle brown tones accentuate blue eyes, so blend soft shades of matte beige and brown eyeshadows for a natural appearance. Aim to use shades of brown that reflect your natural skin tone to match your makeup to your complexion.What Colour eyeshadow should a 50 year old wear? ›
Soft and neutral colors favor mature women more than anything. Try to forget about how you rocked those black stuff around the eyes and think only of colors that match your skin tone. Colors like grey, taupe, cream, are suitable for anyone. Bright eyeshadows make your eyes look dramatic.Did they wear blue eyeshadow in the 50s? ›
For this reason, most 50s eyeshadow colours were shades of gray, brown, green and blue, with extra shades such as gold, silver and bright greens and blues for special occasions.What color eyeshadow should a woman over 60 wear? ›
You might opt for our Eye Shade in Cream, Cappuccino, or Caramel Pink. Next, use a slightly darker shade in your eye socket to create definition and depth. You could choose Taupe, Cocoa or Rose Gold. Finally, use your darkest shade in the outer corner of the eyes to create a sultry, elongated almond shape.What eye makeup makes you look younger? ›
Opt for a lighter eyeshadow rather than a dark, smoky shade on your eyelids and around the eyes, like Jenna Dewan Tatum. "Highlighting the corners makes eyes look brighter and fresh," says Ahnert. "Use a light color shadow in matte or shimmer to inner corner, lower lash line in outer corner, and the inner lid."What color eyeshadow makes you look younger? ›
Neutral and pink colored eye shadows also make you look younger. Neutrals will also complement your everyday look without making you feel that you have over done your makeup, whether you are in the office or college.What color eyeliner should an older woman wear? ›
Many mature women find that while they may have loved a bold black liner in the past, it doesn't suit them the same as it once did, and prefer to opt for softer shades like brown or charcoal. (You can find these shades from Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel and Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Waterproof Eye Pencil.)Is blue eyeshadow 80s or 90s? ›
7. Frosty Blue Eyeshadow. Everyone in the '90s had the blues—from matte pastels to metallic blue-gray. It may have been shunned for a few decades (thanks to the bright cobalts of the '80s), but it's no doubt been making an inevitable return the last couple of years.Did they wear blue eyeshadow in the 90s? ›
Blue eyeshadow was a '90s beauty staple, as were nude lips lined with dark brown lip liner. Recreate the look by packing a pale blue shadow on your lid and crease with a flat eyeshadow brush, and heavily line your lips with a chocolate brown shade.
Frosted blue was one of the most popular eyeshadow colors in the 1990s, with color usually extending all the way to the brows. Variations for this look included other bright pastels, like pink, violet, and green, often accompanied by glitter in the late '90s.Which is better for mature eyes cream or powder eyeshadow? ›
For women of older age and mature skin, using cream eyeshadows in comparison with powdered ones can give you a smooth texture, keep your eyes hydrated, and achieve glowing skin. Cream eyeshadows don't accentuate fine lines around the eyes that the powdered one can do sometimes!Should an older woman wear mascara on bottom lashes? ›
DON'T wear mascara on your lower lashes. Playing up your lower lashes can make your eyes look droopy and draw attention to dark circles. It makes the eyes look older and accentuates the under eye wrinkles.Should you wear eyeliner over 50? ›
Women of any age can wear eyeliner. There is no age limit to apply eyeliner.Should you wear eyeliner over 60? ›
Adding a sweep of eyeliner is an absolute must when doing eye makeup for mature skin over 60. It adds a beautiful structure to the face and can frame your eyes as the standout features they are. A pencil eyeliner is good for aging eyes because it softens the lash line and makes your fringe look fuller.What is the best makeup for older ladies? ›
- Koh Gen Do Moisture Foundation. ...
- Exa High Fidelity Foundation. ...
- Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Longwear Foundation. ...
- NARS Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation. ...
- Make Up for Ever Water Blend Foundation. ...
- Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Tint. ...
- Nu Colour Bioadaptive BB+ Skin Loving Foundation. ...
- Dior Forever Skin Correct Concealer.
According to board-certified dermatologist Michele Green, MD, makeup itself doesn't age your skin. However, certain ingredients in makeup can certainly work against your skin's natural aging process. Among others, these ingredients include: parabens.Is black eyeliner aging? ›
Mistake #04: Using black eyeliner
Applying a thick, black eyeliner makes your eyes appear really small and beady — making you look older than you are. An easy solution to this problem is to switch your back eyeliner with a brown one for a softer and more youthful appearance.
- Chanel Le Volume Mascara.
- Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Lashes Mascara.
- Christian Dior Diorshow Black Out Mascara.
- Inglot Long & Curly Mascara.
- Mecca Max Eye Max Power Couple Mascara.
- Genie Million Dollar Lash Kit.
- Lancome Grandiose Wide Angle Fan Effect Mascara.
- Test makeup in the right places. ...
- Apply skin care upward and outward. ...
- Apply brow makeup before eye makeup, not after. ...
- Start and stop brow makeup where it should. ...
- Our faces become more asymmetrical with age. ...
- A makeup sponge is for adding moisture, not makeup. ...
- Create a new eyelid crease.
"Keep the liner to the top lid for a more lifted, youthful effect." If you really, really want to go after your bottom lash line, Stiles recommends using a lighter color there than you're using on the top. "This will still give you definition, but feels softer and more flattering," she adds.Should I put eyeliner on my bottom lid? ›
It is best not to use liquid liner at all on the bottom lashes since it has the potential to smudge unevenly and create fine lines below the eyes. Additionally, it can make the eyes appear harsh because it is difficult to blend.Should you wear eyeliner with hooded eyes? ›
Using eyeliner or a dark-coloured eyeshadow in this area will make hooded eyes look wider and bigger, which helps conceal the hoodedness. It will also help to create the effect of having liner on the whole lid, even though you would have only applied it to the outer corner.What makes a face look older or younger? ›
They're the result of facial muscles continually tugging on, and eventually creasing, the skin. Other folds may get deeper because of the way fat decreases and moves around. Finer wrinkles are due to sun damage, smoking, and natural degeneration of elements of the skin that keep it thick and supple.What makeup hides eye wrinkles? ›
Using a matte eyeshadow primer or concealer on the eyelids will help prevent the eyes from looking dry. To add definition to the crease, put taupe, light brown, or gray in the crease and apply a light beige shadow along the lash line. Last but not least, avoid liquid liners because they settle into wrinkles as well.What eye makeup brightens eyes? ›
Avoid wearing dark eyeliner colors—like black or brown—on your waterline. Instead, cover up the pink or red skin on your lower lash line with a lavender, green, gold, or bronze eyeliner. This will lighten and brighten your eye area without making your eyes look smaller the way that a dark eyeliner would.What makeup ages you? ›
A thick and heave foundation can age you quickly. Caking on the foundation all over your face can also cause that dreaded line of demarcation on your jawline. Remember, foundation serves to even out your skin tone, NOT to cover flaws.What color blush makes you look younger? ›
Today we're talking bright pink. The Effect: If you're really tired, it will brighten your face, making you look younger, more alert, and playful. So instead of piling on concealer, you can just apply the bright-pink color closer to your under eyes.What color eyeshadow makes eyes look bigger? ›
The Eyeko Tip: To make the eyes look bigger with makeup, contour with lighter rather than darker shades. Dark shades can make the eyes look smaller. Lightly brush the brown shadow a little bit higher than your crease to give the illusion that the eyelid extends higher.Is liquid or pencil eyeliner better for mature eyes? ›
Liquid is best
“I recommend using a liquid eyeliner with a felt tip as it's easier to control and apply with less tugging and pulling of the skin. As we age, the thin skin on our upper eyelids tend to crinkle and many work around this problem by stretching the eyelid during application, which isn't a good idea.
At the Spring 2023 runway shows, models' faces were a minimalist blur of velvety taupe, beige, and brown—spiked with smudgy eyeliner—that conjured the Supers (Christy, Kate, Cindy, Linda, Naomi) and made it official: The '90s are back. As a young Gen Xer who came of age during that decade, I'm conflicted.What is the oldest eyeshadow? ›
The earliest direct archeological evidence for eye makeup dates back to predynastic Egypt ( c. 5000 – 4000 BCE). Traces of eye paints, most commonly malachite, a green mineral, and galena, a black mineral, as well as cosmetic palettes, pots and applicators have been found in burials from this period.What color lipstick was worn in the 80s? ›
Makeup's main concern in the 80s clearly wasn't promoting a natural look, so popular lipstick colors included cherry red, orange, fuchsia and even purple. Lip gloss was plentiful, cheap and everywhere. The late 80s saw a shift toward more matte makeup and darker lip colors such as burgundy and reddish brown.What lipstick was used in the 90s? ›
A lot of 90s beauty trends were very vampy and grunge-inspired, so it's no wonder that all the most popular lipstick shades were brown/mauve/violet shades. Whenever the 90s are depicted in present day, usually the dark lip is included.Did they wear eyeliner in the 90s? ›
"Grungy eyeliner was super popular in the '90s," says makeup artist Sasha Ghodstinat. These days, TikTokers apply eyeliner and then wash it off to get this incomparable I-stayed-up-all-night look. But we don't recommend that method, especially when a kohl pencil and a smudge brush will do.How to dress like the 90s female? ›
Key elements of a 90s-inspired outfit for women include high-waisted jeans, crop tops, oversized clothing, grunge-inspired pieces, tracksuits, Doc Martens, and chokers. To create a 90s-inspired look, a fashion brand can mix and match these elements to reflect a woman's personal style.What are 90s colors? ›
The most popular clothing colors were blue, green, orange, pink, and yellow, often paired together in patterns inspired by comic book and pop art.What was the ideal beauty in the 1990s? ›
The 1990's look suggested that women should be extremely thin with bones protruding out from the skin. Collar bones, ankles bones and other protrusions were glamourized. This ideal included height, in that women who were very tall were considered more beautiful.What decade wore blue eyeshadow? ›
A deeper dive into blue shadow shows one thing — the cool-toned shade makes a grand return every 20 years or so. It was first popular during the 1960s, in the form of creamy pastels, then in the 1980s, when colourful lids reigned supreme.What is the best eyeshadow to make you look younger? ›
Opt for a lighter eyeshadow rather than a dark, smoky shade on your eyelids and around the eyes, like Jenna Dewan Tatum. "Highlighting the corners makes eyes look brighter and fresh," says Ahnert. "Use a light color shadow in matte or shimmer to inner corner, lower lash line in outer corner, and the inner lid."
- Check the mirror — not social media — for inspiration. ...
- Always prime your lids. ...
- Use a high-pigment eye pencil in black or dark brown. ...
- Gently hold lids taut to get a smooth line. ...
- Double up on the line. ...
- Contour the crease to get bigger-looking eyes. ...
- Depend on foolproof neutral shadows. ...
- Try false lashes.
Apply an eye cream morning and night
Applying an eye cream morning and night will not only ensure eyes are receiving the nourishment they require but will also help target signs of ageing and fatigue such as puffiness, under eye bags, lines and wrinkles.
For women of older age and mature skin, using cream eyeshadows in comparison with powdered ones can give you a smooth texture, keep your eyes hydrated, and achieve glowing skin. Cream eyeshadows don't accentuate fine lines around the eyes that the powdered one can do sometimes!What color eyeshadow makes your eyes look brighter? ›
If you have blue eyes choose warm colors like bronze, terracotta brown, and deep grey; if you have green eyes go for purple hues like violet and mauve; if you have brown eyes use neutral tints like gold, salmon, and silver; and if you have hazel eyes choose a mix of neutral and purple colors.What color eyeliner makes you look younger? ›
Applying a thick, black eyeliner makes your eyes appear really small and beady — making you look older than you are. An easy solution to this problem is to switch your back eyeliner with a brown one for a softer and more youthful appearance.What kind of makeup should an older woman wear? ›
What kind of makeup should an older woman wear? Older women should opt for hydrating, light-reflecting makeup products. Using warmer tones for foundation and concealer, softer colors for eyeliner, and brighter colors like peach or pink can bring a youthful glow.How should a 70 year old put on makeup? ›
- Always Start With Hydrated Skin. ...
- Don't Skip Out on Primer. ...
- Apply Everything in Thin Layers. ...
- Color Correct According to Your Concern. ...
- Choose a Moisture-Packed Under-Eye Concealer. ...
- Blend It to Perfection. ...
- Opt for Liquid Foundations. ...
- Go For a Slightly Warmer Foundation Tone.
Eye shadows with too much glitter might feel young, but they can have the opposite effect. These shimmery sneaks are aging us. Instead of brightening up your complexion, they exacerbate the appearance of dry skin or fine lines.How can a 70 year old woman look younger? ›
In addition to sleeping on Blissy silk pillowcases, taking good care of your health can help you look and feel younger as you age. This involves eating nutritious foods, exercising regularly, drinking plenty of water, and making sure to get enough sleep.