Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy
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1. Our website uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file that we store on the web browser or hard drive of your device. We use cookies to anonymously distinguish you from other users of our website. This helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and also allows us to improve the site. By browsing our website you are impliedly consenting to the storage of cookies on your device from the site.

2. We use the following cookies:

2.1 Strictly necessary cookies. These cookies are required for the smooth operation of our website. They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of the site.

2.2 Analytical cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to our website and to see how visitors move around it. This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily.

2.3 Functionality cookies. These are used to recognise you when you return to our website. This enables us to personalise our content for you and remember your preferences regarding certain areas of the site.

2.4 Flash cookies. Our site uses the Adobe Flash Player to deliver audio and video content. The Flash Player uses a Flash Cookie (or Local Shared Object as it is technically known) to provide functionality features such as saving video playback preferences.

3. You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below.

4. You can block cookies by activating the option on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. Advice on blocking cookies on a variety of popular browsers can be found here. Alternatively, if your browser is not listed, consult the ‘help’ section of your browser for instructions on how to block cookies.

5. Not all browsers can delete Flash Cookies in the manner described in paragraph 4 above. If yours cannot, comprehensive information on how to delete or disable Flash Cookies from either a specific domain or all websites can be found on the Adobe website.

6. Please note that if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access parts of our website. Moreover, disabling Flash Cookies may result in you being unable to play content through our media players.

7. Types of cookies or other technologies used on BEAUTYONTRIAL

CookieNamePurposeMore Information
Cookie acceptance
allowcookies
This cookie is used to record if a user has accepted the use of cookies on the Kingsley Napley website.
To withdraw your consent after accepting this cookie, delete the allowcookies cookie. Find out how at All About Cookies
Session
session
This is used for success and error messages.
Google Functionality

NID

ENID

VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

YEC

PREF

pm_sess

CGIC

CONSENT

SOCS

Cookies and other technologies used for functionality allow you to access features that are fundamental to a service. Things considered fundamental to a service include preferences, like your choice of language, information relating to your session, such as the content of a shopping cart, and product optimizations that help maintain and improve that service.

Some cookies and other technologies are used to maintain your preferences. For example, most people who use Google services have a cookie called ‘NID’ or ‘ENID’ in their browsers, depending on their cookies choices. These cookies are used to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language, how many results you prefer to have shown on a search results page (for example, 10 or 20), and whether you want to have Google’s SafeSearch filter turned on. Each ‘NID’ cookie expires 6 months from a user’s last use, while the ‘ENID’ cookie lasts for 13 months. Cookies called ‘VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE’ and ‘YEC’ serve a similar purpose for YouTube and are also used to detect and resolve problems with the service. These cookies last for 6 months and for 13 months, respectively.

Other cookies and technologies are used to maintain and enhance your experience during a specific session. For example, YouTube uses the ‘PREF’ cookie to store information such as your preferred page configuration and playback preferences like explicit autoplay choices, shuffle content, and player size. For YouTube Music, these preferences include volume, repeat mode, and autoplay. This cookie expires 8 months from a user’s last use. The cookie ‘pm_sess’ also helps maintain your browser session and lasts for 30 minutes.

Cookies and other technologies may also be used to improve the performance of Google services. For example, the ‘CGIC’ cookie improves the delivery of search results by autocompleting search queries based on a user’s initial input. This cookie lasts for 6 months.

Google uses the ‘CONSENT’ cookie, which lasts for 2 years, to store a user’s state regarding their cookies choices. Another cookie, ‘SOCS’, lasts for 13 months and is also used to store a user’s state regarding their cookies choices.
 
Google Security

SID

HSID

pm_sess

YSC

AEC

Cookies and other technologies used for security help to authenticate users, prevent fraud, and protect you as you interact with a service.

The cookies and other technologies used to authenticate users help ensure that only the actual owner of an account can access that account. For example, cookies called ‘SID’ and ‘HSID’ contain digitally signed and encrypted records of a user’s Google Account ID and most recent sign-in time. The combination of these cookies allows Google to block many types of attack, such as attempts to steal the content of forms submitted in Google services.

Some cookies and other technologies are used to prevent spam, fraud, and abuse. For example, the ‘pm_sess’, ‘YSC’, and ‘AEC’ cookies ensure that requests within a browsing session are made by the user, and not by other sites. These cookies prevent malicious sites from acting on behalf of a user without that user’s knowledge. The ‘pm_sess’ cookie lasts for 30 minutes, while the ‘AEC’ cookie lasts for 6 months. The ‘YSC’ cookie lasts for the duration of a user’s browsing session.
 
Google Analytics

Ga

NID

ENID

VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

YEC

Cookies and other technologies used for analytics help collect data that allows services to understand how you interact with a particular service. These insights allow services to both improve content and build better features that enhance your experience.

Some cookies and other technologies help sites and apps understand how their visitors engage with their services. For example, Google Analytics uses a set of cookies to collect information and report site usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google. ‘_ga’, the main cookie used by Google Analytics, enables a service to distinguish one visitor from another and lasts for two years. Any site that implements Google Analytics, including Google services, uses the ‘_ga’ cookie. Each ‘_ga’ cookie is unique to the specific property, so it cannot be used to track a given user or browser across unrelated websites.

Google services also use ‘NID’ and ‘ENID’ cookies on Google Search, and ‘VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE’ and ‘YEC’ cookies on YouTube, for analytics.
See more information about cookies used by Google Analytics.

Google

Advertising
 

NID

ANID

IDE VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

gads

gac

gcl 
Google uses cookies for advertising, including serving and rendering ads, personalising ads (depending on your settings at myadcenter.google.com and adssettings.google.com/partnerads), limiting the number of times an ad is shown to a user, muting ads that you have chosen to stop seeing, and measuring the effectiveness of ads.

The ‘NID’ cookie is used to show Google ads in Google services for signed-out users, while the ‘ANID’ and ‘IDE’ cookies are used to show Google ads on non-Google sites. If you have personalised ads enabled, the ‘ANID’ cookie is used to remember this setting and lasts for 13 months in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland and the United Kingdom (UK), and 24 months everywhere else. If you have turned off personalised ads, the ‘ANID’ cookie is used to store that setting until 2030. The ‘NID’ cookie expires six months after a user’s last use. The ‘IDE’ cookie lasts for 13 months in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland and the United Kingdom (UK), and 24 months everywhere else.

Depending on your ad settings, other Google services, such as YouTube, may also use these and other cookies and technologies, such as the ‘VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE’ cookie, for advertising.

Some cookies and other technologies used for advertising are for users who sign in to use Google services. For example, the ‘DSID’ cookie is used to identify a signed-in user on non-Google sites and to remember whether the user has agreed to ad personalisation. It lasts for two weeks.

Through Google’s advertising platform, businesses can advertise in Google services, as well as on non-Google sites. Some cookies support Google showing ads on third-party sites and are set in the domain of the website that you visit. For example, the ‘_gads’ cookie enables sites to show Google ads. Cookies that start with ‘_gac_’ come from Google Analytics and are used by advertisers to measure user activity and the performance of their ad campaigns. The ‘_gads’ cookies last for 13 months and the ‘_gac_’ cookies last for 90 days.

Some cookies and other technologies are used to measure ad and campaign performance and conversion rates for Google ads on a site that you visit. For example, cookies that start with ‘_gcl_’ are primarily used to help advertisers determine how many times users who click on their ads end up taking an action on their site, such as making a purchase. Cookies used for measuring conversion rates are not used to personalise ads. ‘_gcl_’ cookies last for 90 days.

See more information about cookies used for advertising here. 
Google Personalization

VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

NID

UULE’

Cookies and other technologies used for personalisation enhance your experience by providing personalised content and features, depending on your settings at g.co/privacytools or your app and device settings.

Personalised content and features include things such as more relevant results and recommendations, a customised YouTube homepage and ads that are tailored to your interests. For example, the ‘VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE’ cookie may enable personalised recommendations on YouTube based on past views and searches. And the ‘NID’ cookie enables personalised autocomplete features in Search as you type search terms. These cookies expire six months after a user’s last use. Another personalisation cookie, ‘UULE’, sends precise location information from your browser to Google’s servers so that Google can show you results that are relevant to your location. The use of this cookie depends on your browser settings and whether you have chosen to have location turned on for your browser. The ‘UULE’ cookie lasts up to six hours.

Non-personalised content and features are distinct from personalised content and features insofar as they are influenced by things like the content that you’re currently viewing, your current Google search and your general location.

Read more at g.co/privacytools.
Vzaar video player vzaar This Flash cookie is used to record a user's video playback preferences such as mute state, volume level, whether subtitles have been turned on and whether this is a users first use of a vzaar video player. To withdraw your consent for this Flash cookie to be stored, delete or disable the vzaar Flash Cookie. Information on how to delete or disable Flash Cookies can be found on the Adobe website
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