Do you want to be the guy who can make a woman weak in the knees with a single kiss? If you are looking for some sensational techniques to amp up your kissing techniques, you are in the right place. Take two minutes to read this article and you will learn about some sweet skills to put some POWER into your kisses!
1. The Vibe
One of the most important contributors to a great kiss is the situation you are in. Well actually, it’s the vibe of the situation you two are in. It does not really matter where you are, all you need to do is set a sensual vibe right before the kiss.
Here’s a great example: If you two are walking somewhere, grab her hand when walking and abruptly stop. Pull her in the direction that she is facing you, and just look straight into her eyes. Most women will look a little confused since you stopped so abruptly and did this.
After a couple of seconds of solid eye contact (she should be smiling or giving off some type of positive body language) run your hands down her arms gently and slowly, while pulling her closing at the same time.
Now, go in for the kiss. Women love spontaneous moments like that where something so affectionate comes out of nowhere.
2. Mall Kiss
When you two are walking through a store, grab her hand and pull in into a corner. Tell her to close her eyes. After she closes them, get closer to her so that your faces are almost touching (don’t touch her).
After stepping close, ask “did you feel that”. She should say “yes”. Most people can feel when someone is in their personal space. Tell her to open her eyes, hold a couple seconds of eye contact and kiss her gently.
Another spontaneous kissing technique that women love! This one is great for a first or second date once you two have built up enough attraction.
Try these out guys. Women seem to love these type of techniques.
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