Kissing someone you like for the first time can be interesting, but you may feel nervous about it. But don’t worry if you’re going to kiss someone for the first time, all you have to do is relax, be comfortable with your body, and follow some general guidelines. If you want to kiss someone for the first time, follow the following easy steps:
(A)Preparing to Kiss:
(a) Refresh your breath:
Having a fresh, kissing breath is a key component of having a first kiss knockout. Make sure you’ve brushed your teeth and used mouthwash before kissing, or chewed minty gum, or sucked a breath mint before kissing. You can do this one hour or so before you don’t want your breath to be too small, or it will look like you tried a little too hard to get ready for a kiss.
(1) If you had dinner or had a meal before kissing, you should avoid ordering any food that is heavy in garlic, onions, or any enormous spices.
(b)Set the feelings:
It is good to share your first kiss in an affectionate or romantic atmosphere. Your first kiss may be something you remember for the rest of your life, so you should make it special. You don’t have to bring out a thousand candles or a person’s serenade, but you should choose the right time and place for a kiss.
(1) Kiss in the Evening:
kissing as the sun sets or falls is more romantic than kissing during the day. If you’re kissing in the dark, you’ll feel less shy about your first kiss.
(2)Kiss somewhere private:
Choose a private location that is free of distractions or viewers so that you can really focus on your kiss. Choose a sheltered park bench, a nice spot near a beach or a lake, or even a balcony of your own.
(3)Look should be nice:
Dress up a little to indicate that you’re going to have a special moment. You don’t want to get your first kiss in your gym clothes.
(c)Ensure that your partner is ready:
This is an essential factor. You can set your mood and prepare your breath for anything you want, but it doesn’t matter if your partner isn’t ready to kiss. Before you share a kiss, make sure your partner shows signs of loving you, whether it’s going on a date, touching you, or even telling you how he or she feels.
(1) If your partner keeps looking into your eyes, touching you lightly, and smiling, then you’ll know she’s ready to kiss.
(d) Remember to avoid some kissing pitfalls:
Before you get ready for a kiss, make sure to take it slow and be gentle. If you’re too violent or rough, your partner’s going to get the wrong message, and your kiss’s going to feel too forced. Here are some things to avoid before you get your first kiss:
Do not quickly put your tongue in your partner’s mouth and leave your saliva everywhere. If your partner is bold and gently touches his tongue with yours, you can move in for a French kiss, but don’t try your traditional kiss in the first few seconds.
Nibbling on your partner’s lip or even tongue can be a tricky way to spic your kisses. But if you do that during your first kiss, your partner will be caught off guard and may even jump back.
(3) Roaming hands:
You should make physical contact with your partner, move your body closer, and caress your partner’s head or shoulders with your hands. You’re not supposed to grope your partner in any inappropriate place during your first kiss. It’s doing way too much at once and it’s going to come off as creepy and make your first kiss feel insincere.
(B)The Act of Kissing:
(a)Make physical contact:
Start moving closer to the person you want to kiss, whether it’s by moving closer together if you’re sitting down, putting your arm around the person, or brushing off the person’s hair. As you begin to touch a person, hold your gaze to make your intentions known.
(1)Your first kiss is going to feel more natural if you’re already touching the person and comfortable with it. Your hands aren’t supposed to rove to any unsuitable places-keep it PG.
(2)Your physical contact could even begin with some light and gentle teasing. You can playfully hit or lightly push the other person until your actions are more serious.
(3)Please try making a romantic compliment before you go in for a kiss. Just say, “Your eyes drive me crazy” or “You look so beautiful tonight.”
(b) Move closer until your faces are just a few inches apart:
Once you have made physical contact, navigate yourself until your face is just a few inches away from your partner’s face. You should keep in touch with the eye, and you can even smile a little to show your affection for the person.
(1) Move closer until your hips are almost touching, and use your hands to graze your cheeks, hair, or shoulders.
(2)One traditional kissing position is when a guy wraps his arms around a girl’s waist while she wraps her arms around her shoulders and around her neck—you can think of this as a “slow dance” position.
Once you are in a position, there is nothing left to do but kiss. Don’t hesitate about it. If you’ve both done so far, then it’s clear that you’re excited to kiss each other. Slowly lean closer and lock your lips. Just remember to take it slowly. Softly touch your lips as you feel the person out there. Keep your lips just a little apart, and keep kissing the person for five or ten seconds before you let go.
(1) Keep your hands active while you kiss:
Use your hands to cup a person’s face, to stroke his hair, or to caress his neck. With your hands, you don’t have to overdo it. Just make sure your whole body is engaged so that your kiss is even sweeter.
(d) Pull Away:
Pull away from the person slowly. Don’t immediately stop kissing and pull your whole body away, jumping miles away from your kissing partner. Instead, keep physical contact while pulling away and holding your partner’s gaze. Keep your partner stroking lightly with your hands to let her know how great the kiss was.
(1)Take the time to get away from physical contact.
If you’re too sudden, your partner might think you’re not interested in it.
(C)Reacting Approximately After The Kiss:
(a) Go in for another kiss if you feel right: If you just can’t break physical contact or gaze lovingly in your partner’s eyes, then you should keep the kissing train rolling. Slightly stroke your partner’s hair or cheek and move in for another kiss. You should still take it slow as you feel the other person out, but you can be a little bolder and more adventurous as your kissing progresses.
(1)If you feel right, you can slowly move in for a French kiss. Just make sure your partner uses his tongue, too, so you don’t catch him off guard.
(b) Don’t be disappointed if it doesn’t go well:
If the first kiss wasn’t as good as you expected, don’t worry about it. First kisses are often embarrassing because both people are still getting to know each other, and your kissing is going to improve with practice. You can take a break and try another time when you’re feeling right.
(1) Even if it doesn’t go well, you should still gently pull yourself away from the person and move on. Don’t think about what happened, and visualize the success of your next kiss.