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.
Move gently to your partner and put your arms around them.
Move your mouth towards them and your lips meet, keep them slightly parted and press gently against their lips. Move your head a little to the side, so your nose won’t get in the way.
What you do next depends on their reaction. If they respond then carry on kissing if you sense no active response then move your lips apart slowly and gently let go of your partner and look into their eyes.
If you feel that the signals are right then again gently start to kiss your partner and if they respond then you can begin to kiss a little more passionately.
The golden rule is to be gentle and try to read your partners feelings.
If either of you wears glasses, just take them off if you wish before kissing.
If either partner wears braces, the important thing is not to press too hard against their lips.
A sure way to ruin a kiss is with bad breath use mints or similar beforehand.
A non-smoker may not enjoy kissing a smoker, use mints as above.
… More kissing tips techniques – Can you “catch something” by kissing? Yes anything from a cold to a serious sexually transmitted disease. Kissing is not 100% safe so if you are concerned or worried ask your partner if they are ill and don’t kiss them if you do not feel safe.
French Kissing Tips
A French kiss are kisses in which you use your tongues.
Put your arms around the person you want to kiss. Begin with a slow kiss; you can close your eyes if you wish. Slowly and gently open your mouth and softly nudge the other person’s mouth open using your tongue. Gently, move your tongue inside the other person’s mouth and touch their tongue.
If your partner seems tense or start to slowly pull away, stop what you are doing. If they open their mouth more or otherwise indicate they like the kiss, keep on doing what you have been only with a little more passion. As the kissing gets going saliva build up can be a problem, don’t forget to swallow.
Keep your tongue relaxed but your lips tight, as you don’t want the kiss to turn wet and messy. Do not get over forceful – be gentle.
If one of you have braces you can still French kiss, you just have to be more careful and not as forceful when things get passionate.