Have you ever wished you could be a better kisser? Or maybe you’ve never kissed anyone before? Or maybe you just doubt yourself because you don’t know whether you’re a good kisser or not and you sure don’t want to come out and ask someone!
You can find how to kiss tips in lots of different places-like teen magazines and even by watching movies-but even so, it can be kind of embarrassing. It really shouldn’t be, though. I mean, everyone had to have a first kiss at some time, right? People aren’t just born knowing how to kiss. So everyone has felt this way at one time or another and you shouldn’t be too uneasy about it. A little uncertainty is normal.
With a few how to kiss tips, you’ll become a better, more experienced kisser quickly and easily. This is one of those situations where learning is half the fun!
Here are five how to kiss tips or hints to get you started.
1 – Watch your partner’s body language – If you don’t know when it’s time to go in for that first kiss or if it’s too soon, all you really need to do is watch the body language of the person you are with. If it’s the first kiss, they’ll probably be kind of nervous and fidgety, too, but one of the giveaways is that they will look down at your mouth. If you catch your date studying your lips, you can bet they are probably imagining what it would be like to kiss you and that’s a good sign that you should go for it.
2 – Hesitate just a second just before that critical moment – If you study those magical and passionate first kisses in the movies, you’ll notice something. Right before the hero and heroine touch lips, there is just a moment’s hesitation as their faces hover close to each other, their lips just inches apart. That split second is the moment where passion and intensity build and that makes your first kiss even more electrifying when you both do join lips and give in to your mutual desire.
3 – Try not to start out with your tongue – Kissing is something you build on. It should start out gentle and playful and over time and with increased familiarity with each other, then it should become more intimate. French kissing or using your tongue during a passionate kiss is definitely a very intimate thing. This is something you do not want to rush. Someone who rushes the whole tongue thing before the other person is ready, risks really turning that person off. So take it slow and enjoy the buildup.
4 – Kissing isn’t just for the mouth – You don’t have to restrict kissing your partner to kissing on the mouth or lips. If you’re shy initially, kiss your date on the cheek and build up to a kiss on the lips. But even after you are very comfortable with your partner, sometimes a kiss on the nose or forehead or top of the head, combined with an embrace, creates a very close, intimate moment. Likewise kissing the neck and ears can create a tremendous passionate heat. So don’t limit your kissing to just the lips. Expand your kissing zone.
5 – Make sure you have fresh breath – If you even expect you will be kissing someone in the near future, keep a handy stash of breath mints available at all times. And try to maintain a good oral hygiene regime like brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash. Absolutely everything could be going right with the relationship, but bad breath can put a dampener on things quickly and really kill the mood. So maintain fresh minty breath and be equipped any time anywhere!
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