Dating and kissing tips
By setting up the kiss, establishing intimacy, and putting your best foot forward, you can create a perfect kissing opportunity. If you're kissing someone only because it feels like what you "should" be doing ~in the moment~ or because you feel weird pressure, then STEP AWAY FROM THE FACE. Like your English teacher says: setting = time place.When your partner's mouth touches yours, you want to taste delicious, smell delightful and touch gracefully.A great kiss should pause slightly just before the lips connect, let the other person kiss back, and have the kissers complete and undivided attention.As cliché as it sounds, a kiss can feel like a Michael Bay-level explosion, or it can make you feel absolutely nothing at all.
A key component to intimacy, kissing is a private moment shared between a couple - even in a crowded room.If it’s any less, it’s obvious your gaze at her didn’t convince her. You’re doing really well so you need to tease your prey by kissing her cheek and her neck on one side of her face.She will want to kiss you, but brush your lips across hers and avoid kissing her and move onto the other side of her neck.But there's more nuance to a simple kiss than just an equation of lips and tongues, and there are easy ways to set the pace even if you're not the most experienced kisser.Below, 10 tips on how to make the most out of a make-out session (sorry, I had to) like you're a seasoned pro.