So, How to Have An Amazing Kiss:
Let’s get to real life scenarios: Kissing can be really good or really cringe
#1. Reduces Stress:
Kissing is really great for health as it reduces stress and gives satisfaction in life. If not done correctly some kisses may turn out to be really bad. Some guidelines related to kissing apply to everyone who doesn’t have skills in specific kinks. Kissing has its own uniqueness; each person has different preferences which keep changing during the lifetime. Some people go for a rougher, more intense kiss, while some wish to take it slow and soft.
#2. Don’t Be Rushed Into Kissing:
Don’t get too excited and lick someone’s entire face. Try to go for a quick mouth freshener or just brush your teeth, because you don’t to have a bad breath while kissing. Fresh is more appreciated. Always ask the other person for consent or if they want to take things slow. Gently make an eye contact whisper softly in the ears and move forward for a small peck at first if it’s the first time. Make sure you’re ready for the moment; you don’t have to over think it. But always keep drinking water or a lip balm on hand. You don’t want to have dry or cracked lips especially during winter. You can also go for a mint or gum if you have bad breath and don’t have any other option.
#3. It should be Comfortable to Other Person Too:
Always make sure it’s right time and place, while you are out somewhere in public place you won’t want it to be full blown PDA. So when in a movie a small peck on shoulder or kiss would feel good. Not everyone is comfortable with kissing on lips in public. Also sometimes when the time isn’t good, as in when it’s been a bad day or there’s something the person is going to then a forehead kiss could comforting to them. Remember you don’t have to kiss on lips every time. It’s better to start small and then coming on way too strong.
#4. Always Ask for Consent:
If it’s the first ask for the consent of the other person for kiss it would look good as it seems respecting the person’s choice. When you lean in, and feel nervous don’t rush especially if you aren’t sure so don’t bang your heads while leaning in so just keep a little eye contact and make initial movement less awkward. Hand placements maybe awkward at first, but do whatever feels comfortable. If comfortable with each other use your hands place on partner’s neck or lower back or in your partner’s hair.
#5. Start with gentle touches:
Don’t drool in fast and shove your entire tongue in their mouth. Make sure you breathe take a bit break and find what feels good to both of you. Pay attention to each other’s body language, the best kiss is where both partners are happy. Introduce your tongue slowly. Gradually increase the intensity, and don’t be afraid to tell your partner what you like and what not communication is the key. Keep making eye contacts in between and smile between and after kissing it gives a good sign to your partner. Be in the moment. If the kiss starts heating up, switch up locations and kiss along jaw line, collarbone or even near ears. If you are going to bite be gentle. However be the kissing goes take feedback. Were you comfortable worth this or that more or any feedback about how was it, did you enjoy or are you happy.
We kiss for a lot of reasons: because you are comfortable with your partner, you feel great with them or love them. You can do whatever you feel comfortable with any of the tips above. As long as you’re communicating with your partner. There’s no right or wrong way to enjoy the kissing. Stay protected and have fun!