How To Kiss
How To Kiss
Kissing is probably the most physically romantic two people can get. There really is no wrong way to kiss. The thing to remember is that everybody kisses differently and different people prefer different ways of kissing. Some people, believe it or not, are appalled at the idea of French Kissing or using your tongue while you kiss. While others can’t imagine kissing without using your tongue. The thing is to try kissing that person a few times before deciding how you and your partner prefer kissing and to get used to the way that person kisses.
A first kiss should always be done while the two of you are alone. This will help to avoid any unnecessary nervousness and embarrassing situations. The best type of kiss is one that uses different variations, such as starting with a small kiss, working into a French Kiss, maybe sucking on your partner’s upper or lower lip, then trying the other two types. And don’t just leave kisses to the lips. Kiss their cheeks, their chin or their eyelids. This can be very seductive and romantic.
The perfect kiss is one that is done with someone you really care about. There is more caring and sincerity in a kiss with someone special than with someone you hardly know, although a really good kiss can certainly bring two people closer together.
A lot of people have been writing to us on how to overcome the fear of kissing someone. Our answer would be to not kiss that person right away. Wait until an attraction builds between the two of you and a romantic situation evolves. Go out with the person a couple of times before having that first kiss.
Basic Kissing Tips
Great Breath – This is very important. Make sure you brush your teeth before going out on your date. There is nothing worse than kissing someone with bad breath. If your date consists of having something to eat before the actual kiss, make sure you have a mint on hand to take right after you finish eating. Don’t take the mint just before the kiss or chew on gum. You don’t want to have something in your mouth when you kiss.
Moist Lips – You want your lips to be slightly moist when you kiss. Run your tongue over your lips once before you kiss. Don’t wear lip gloss because that tends to make the kiss too gooey. And don’t wear a lot of lipstick unless you want your partner to wear it too after the kiss. Slightly moist lips makes it easier to move your lips over your partner’s and gives both you and your partner a more pleasant experience.
Positioning – Stand close to your partner. As the two of you move closer together tilt your head slightly to one side. If you don’t, don’t worry about it. Your partner will still tilt their head slightly so your lips meet on a slight angle or they will kiss you straight on. If you can see which way your partner’s head is tilting, tilt your head slightly in the opposite direction.
Close Eyes – Just before your lips meet, close your eyes. Some people prefer to leave their eyes open during the kiss. But until you know what your partner prefers, it is best to close your eyes. Kissing with your eyes open, looking into one another’s eyes while you kiss, can be very erotic and some people find it quite enjoyable. You may want to try kissing this way once you’re more comfortable kissing your partner.
Open Lips – Open your mouth slightly and place your lips over your partner’s lips. Do not hold your breath! Breath through your nose. As your lips meet, press them gently over your partner’s. You may wish to move your lips in a slow, circular motion or just leave them still over your partners.
Closed Lips – This is like the type of kiss you’d give your grandma or aunt. Instead of opening your mouth when your lips meet, keep them closed. This is also a good way of letting your partner know this is as far as it goes. It also makes a great hello/good-bye kiss or a great first time kiss if you’re nervous.
Hands – There are many ways you can use your hands during a kiss. The most popular way is to put one hand on your partner’s waist and the other one against the middle of their back. Other ways to use your hands are to cup your partner’s face in your hands (very romantic!), put them around your partner’s neck, put them around their waist, hold your partner’s upper or lower arms gently, run your finger’s through their hair, or just hold their hands in yours.
This is the most popular type of kiss. This involves touching your tongue with your partner’s and it can be quite a pleasant experience. There are a few tips to create a great French kiss.
Relax – You lips should be relaxed, you body should be relaxed, otherwise it will be like kissing a dead fish for the other person. There are only two things involved in a French kiss: your lips and your tongue. That’s it!
Open Lips – Your lips should be slightly parted, not open wide like you’re at the dentist. Open them just far enough, just like you are regularly breathing through your mouth.
Positioning – Do not have your face dead on to his/hers, otherwise your noses will touch. You want to move your head to one side just enough so your nose is out of the way of theirs. If you think about it then, with your head tilted one way and his the other way, your mouths will not reach dead on. Your mouths will meet at the corner of the other’s mouth. It will look like the below picture:
If you look closely at the picture, you will see that their noses will actually touch the cheek of the other person. Their lips have already touched. When you touch the other person’s lips and you stretch your tongue out a bit, your mouths will instinctively open as much as the couple in the picture.
Tongue – Practice on your own if you’d like. Open your mouth enough (while you’re by yourself of course!) just enough to stick a bit of your tongue out. It will go past your teeth. Don’t stick your entire tongue out… just an inch or two. That is how far you should stick your tongue out in a kiss. So your tongue will go into their mouth and theirs will go into yours. When this happens, both of your tongues will touch. Then just circle the tip of your tongue around the tip of theirs. If they do something different (because you have to remember that everyone kisses differently so some may move their tongue around a bit differently) then just do the same as they do. They may flick their tongue over yours and you can do the same. Or they explore the inside of your mouth with their tongue, do the same thing! Or you can just lightly touch their tongue while they are exploring. The best thing is to NOT just leave your tongue doing nothing.
As for movement of the head, that is entirely up to you. Some people will move their heads very slightly in a small circular motion or figure eight. Sometimes they won’t. Sometimes just one person moves their head and the other doesn’t. It’s totally up to you.
You may explore different ways of using your tongue. Try running the tip of your tongue over your partner’s lips. Do this slowly and gently, just using the tip of your tongue.
This can be a very seductive type of kiss. Instead of French Kissing with your mouth open, while your partner’s lips are parted suck on their top our bottom lip with your own, just for a second or two. Then go back to another type of kiss or try the other lip.
This type of kiss has to be done carefully, but when done correctly can create a wonderful effect on your partner. While suck kissing, gently bite their lip, but be VERY gentle so as not to hurt your partner. This kiss should only be done with someone that you’ve kissed a few times before, otherwise you may shock your partner.
This type of kiss is done when your partner is lying down on a sofa or the ground, either asleep or just lying with their eyes closed. Quietly approach your partner and place a small, very gentle kiss on their lips. Intensify the kiss until your partner opens their eyes or awakens.
This is a playful kiss. While in an open-mouthed kiss, suck in deeply so you’re sucking the air from your partner.
Take a sip of your favorite drink, either alcohol or something sweet, and then when your lips meet pour the drink in your partner’s mouth. Only take a very small sip.
Put your eye really close to your partner’s cheek and flutter your lashes upon their skin. You can also do this on their lips.
Melt Kissing (from visitor’s email)
Pass an ice cube back and forth in mouth while French kissing.
Marathon Kissing (from visitor’s email)
See how long you can kiss for (try 5 – 10 minutes straight)
Glow stick Frenzy (from visitor’s email)
Pass the mini mouth glow stick back and forth (same thing as melt kissing).
Tongue Sucking (from visitor’s email)
When you have the chance to get really deep into your partners mouth, suck on their tongue as far as you can. Don’t suck to hard, you don’t want to hurt your partner. Otherwise it’s very pleasing!
Candy Kiss (from visitor’s email)
Use either a Jolly Rancher or some type of hard candy/mint. Either you or your partner place the candy in your/their mouth and then it is like a game of keep away. Whoever starts tries to keep the candy in their mouth while the other person tries to get it in theirs. But you can only use your tongue and lips. This can be very fun if you have the right partner!!! Enjoy.
Sigh Kiss (from visitor’s email)
When you first start kissing your partner gently lick their lips with the tip of your tongue. Then blow or sigh into their lips, causing a tingling feeling that will intensify your kiss for sure.
The Tickle Kiss (from visitor’s email)
In this kiss you make use of the fact that the roof of the mouth is the most ticklish part of the body. Begin a normal French kiss and (be sure your partner understands the game) stroke your tongue across the roof of each other’s mouth. This will create almost unbearable chills down your spine and the winner is the person who can stand them because the loser pulls away. The best part about this kiss is that it is different every time and always fun.
Name Kiss (from visitor’s email)
If u have run out of things to do with your tongue spell your name. This works very well and everyone likes it!
Tongue Wars (from visitor’s email)
Each person tries to get their tongue in the other persons mouth while they try to get their tongue in your mouth. Each person “blocks” the other persons tongue with theirs. The winner gets to pick the next type of kiss. This game is great for reliving first make-out tension.
Starburst Trick (from visitor’s email)
Out a starburst in your mouth, and while French kissing try to unwrap it! Enjoy!
Pop Kiss (from visitor’s email)
Use pop-rocks, great fun. You’ve heard of fireworks, this is an explosion!
Ring Kiss (from visitor’s email)
What you do is take a ring off your finger and put it on your tongue. Then while you and your partner are french kissing, he tries to slip it on the tip of his tongue! It is a lot of fun!
Tongue Tease (from visitor’s email)
When you’re French kissing, if/when you pull back, and before your mouths meet again, you can flick your tongue up and down quickly against the other person who is doing the same. It’s very teasing and fun to see how long it lasts. Its hard to resist going strong after a while of flicking.