How To Give A Good Kiss
Most people want to know how to give a good kiss. What constitutes a good kiss varies depending on personal preference, but there are some general things you can do to improve your kissing skills.
- Get ready. If you think you're going to be kissing someone, be prepared. Chapped lips are uncomfortable for kissing, so make sure to use a little lip balm or chapstick. Not too much, though, you don't want greasy lips, either. Teeth should be brushed, and keep breath mints or breath spray handy in case it seems like a kissing opportunity is coming. Don't pop a mint or use the spray right in front of the other person, though, be discreet.
- Pick your moment. Don't attempt a kiss when the other person is mad or upset about something. A relaxed and happy mood is best, especially for a first kiss.
- When the time is right, lean in and, putting your hands on the sides of her face, gently pull her in for a kiss. Begin the kiss gently, and if she responds well, deepen the kiss and open your mouth a bit. Be careful not to make the kiss too wet, as many people don't like their faces drenched in saliva during a kiss. If you use your tongue for the kiss, move it slowly.
- Always be the one to pull back from a kiss first. This will leave the other person hungry for more, making you even more desirable.
Giving a good kiss depends on preparation, timing and technique. Taking the time to make a kiss pleasurable for the other person will increase the odds you'll be kissing her again.