How to be The Perfect Kisser
Everyone remembers their first kiss. Or their last kiss. Kissing is something that everyone loves, and if done right, it can be almost as fulfilling as sex.
So in this post we’ll discuss if she’s ready to be kissed, and how to do it right if she is. Enjoy!
Is she ready?
Kissing is by no doubt the definitive line between romance and friends. Once you have “really” kissed, it seems that you just can’t go back to being friends again. So when you kiss for the first time, it’s all or nothing.
Let’s look at how to know when she is ready to be kissed:
First of all, you have to know that you have built both attraction and sexual chemistry between the two of you.
This process is outside the scope of this article. But if you haven’t, kissing her would be like kissing your mom. It’s just wrong.
Secondly, there are a few clues that you can use to know when she’s ready.
The most obvious would one being if her initiating a kiss directly, but as most other things about women, you have to be the initiator.
So look after small hints:
- Is she grabbing your hand when you walk?
- Does she hold eye contact a little longer than comfortable?
- Does she run her fingers through your hair?
These are all good signs of interest from her.
Or if you want to test her, you could do some of the same things. See how she responds. If she responds positively, she is usually ready to be kissed.
When to kiss her
If you have been on a date, kiss her at your “emotional high”. In movies, this is often in a middle of a fight, or after the man or woman said “I love you”. For you, it doesn’t have to be at these exact moments. But time your kiss to when she feels the most attraction for you. Don’t let “the moment” slip away.
Don’t wait until you say goodbye or to some other predictable time. Kiss her when you feel like it.
Good, so now we have at least a small idea on when to kiss her. But there’s a few things you need to know first:
1. Do you have bad breath? Check by licking on your wrist and smelling the saliva. If it smells bad, your breath probably does too. Use mouthwash, drink water, chew chewing gum. Whatever it takes! Bad breath can really kill the moment.
2. Take care of your lips. Lips that are cracked and ugly just don’t invite kissing.
3. Shave. Although your trimmed beard might look sexy, it will itch and scratch when you kiss, hurting both of you.
- Take it easy. Don’t kiss just to “get to the next step”.
- Enjoy it. And she will too.
- Take notice of your mouth muscles. If you’re lips are too tight, she might think that you are tense. But if you’re too sloppy, you’ll come off as uninterested.
- Match her tempo. Or set it yourself.
- You’re not a dentist! If you french kiss, stay away from everything else than her tongue.
- Tilt your head. Nose clashing is not really considered a turn on.
- Close your eyes. A quick peep is OK, everything else is just awkward.
- Move your head. If kissing more passionately, moving your head from side to while kissing can really turn up the heat.
- Tease her. Pull away and look into her eyes. Stop just an inch before reaching her mouth. You get the drill.
- Variate. Don’t ever let your kiss get boring.
- Dont drool.
- Don’t just kiss the lips. Move onto the neck, kiss her cheek, and slowly kiss her eyes. If done right, this can be a major turn on.
- Bite her. Some people like small amounts of sensual biting while they kiss. I personally do.
- Use your hands. Tease her, run them through her hair, anything. Dead hands usually mean a dead kiss.
But remember, these entire tips mean nothing if you don’t use them.
So my number one tip is to get out there and try everything out. As you know, practice makes perfect.
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