What’s the right way to kiss him? Who should initiate the first kiss? And how can you use kissing to your advantage? Very often the first kiss can set the tone for the rest of the relationship, so how you kiss him can be a very important thing to consider in the dating game.
First of all, who should make the first kiss? There’s nothing wrong if you want to initiate the kiss, but it’s often better to let the anticipation build up a little. The more you wait, the more explosive it’s going to be.
It’s also a good idea to let him make the first move, too. But again, it’s better to let things wait a little to build a little tension and excitement.
When he does lean in to kiss you for the first time, don’t kiss back too much. Let him control the pace. It’s also a good idea to talk about other things between kisses, since the pause will build up more anticipation for the next inevitable kiss.
When you do kiss him back a second time, kiss back a little more, but break it off when he does. Again, initiate a pause with some conversation and sweet talk.
When the time for the third kiss comes, lean in first — and he’ll fill the rest of the distance himself, and the make out session will be something you’ll never forget.
Keep these tips in mind — don’t go too fast, and let him carry the pace. Put some space between kisses by carrying a conversation, pouring each other a drink, or lighting up a few scents. You may be surprised that the things you do between kisses will actually make the kisses themselves more fun.
It’s always best to kiss him when he really wants it.
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