EXPLAINED: Tips To Master The Art Of The Perfect Kiss
Aug. 13, 2019
So things are really heating up and you find your hands all over your partner’s body—what’s next? The Make-Out Kiss.
This kiss requires smooth multi-tasking skills. Just in case you are clueless, you are making out when you have your arms around each other and your tongues are really going at it and you are both kissing for longer than 30 seconds at a time.
Your hands will be all over each other, and you both want to be as close as possible to each other without taking your clothes off.
But, but, but…
Before you even start kissing, you have to remember these tips, though:
#1 Be prepared.
First of all, it helps you’re reading this now so that you have an idea of what could happen once your lips touch that of your date’s. Are you ready to make out or take it to the next level? These are the things you should also be prepared for.
#2 Pop a mint.
You may think you have your first kiss down pat, but if your breath smells like the garlic steak fries you just ate, then say bye to more kisses. Make sure you have clean, fresh, and kissable breath.
#3 Pucker up.
Ensure you have soft, supple, kissable lips. Exfoliate your lips by lightly scrubbing it with a soft cloth or some coarse sugar the night before your date. Make sure to pack some ChapStick as well, but make sure you’re not wearing anything too slick, thick, sticky, or slimy when the moment comes.
#4 Keep it private.
Make sure you’re both somewhere private and comfortable, where there are no prying eyes. For a memorable first kiss, be in a special place away from spectators so you can focus on each other and enjoy the moment all to yourselves.
#5 Make sure you’re on the same page.
Don’t be the one leaning in with your pouty lips while your partner or date is talking on the phone or eating. It’s imperative you both want to kiss each other at that very moment—and trust us, you’ll know the moment when it comes.
#6 Take it slow.
Savor the moment. It’s your first time anyway, so make the most out of it. By not rushing it, you’re making it more special, and it gives you plenty of time and opportunity to really be in the moment.
Don’t be afraid to give in to the urge to touch your partner. Graze your fingers gently through their hair, touch their neck, hold their arms, or put your hands on their cheeks. Do what feels natural, just don’t be sitting there like a statue with only your lips moving.
The first kiss is special, whether it’s good, bad, or just horridly horrible *you may want to forget it but you won’t*. Therefore, it’s better to know all there is to it to make that first kiss great and pleasurable, not just for you but for your partner as well.
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