How To Have A Good First Kiss
Learn how to have a good first kiss so that you can start a relationship off right. Having a bad first kiss can cause a love crush to come crashing down. It's embarrassing and if it is your very first kiss ever, it can cause self image issues. Things like bad breath, kissing too long or too short can ruin your first kiss. Follow these instructions to learn how to have a good first kiss and keep your love interest coming back for more.
To have a good first kiss, you will need:
- Mints or gum
- Let your friend or partner know that you want to kiss without being verbal. It is important to not be pushy, yet at the same time, make it obvious that you want to kiss. Do this by giving subtle hints to your partner, such as continually looking at her lips and showing that you are not afraid to get close to him or her. The best first kiss takes place at the end of a date so that each party can return home and reflect on the kiss.
- Chew gum or suck on mints at least 10 minutes prior to the end of the date (or anticipated kiss). Select gum or mints that have a fresh or mint-like flavor. Peppermint flavor is ideal for kissing. Visit your local grocery store and find breath freshening tools.
- Kiss for no more than four seconds. Less is ideal for the first kiss. Allow time enough for the lips to touch one or two times, but no more or it becomes a "make out session." Refrain from French kissing or touching tongues on the first kiss. Even if your partner wants to kiss more, control yourself and make them wait for the next kiss or next date. This keeps her interested and makes the next kiss exciting too.
- Place one of your fingers delicately below the chin of your partner when you kiss. This is sensual and very romantic. Alternatively, you can brush your finger along her jaw line.
Look at your partner in the eyes when the first kiss is over. Convey your satisfaction in the kiss so that she knows that the kiss went well. Remember that this is your partner's first kiss with you as well. Both parties need positive reinforcement to ensure them that the kiss was good.