Pucker Up: Tips on How to Be a Great Kisser
Tips for Being a Great Kisser
Kissing is about more than just the lips (and tongue). Think about what you're doing with your body while engaging in a kiss. Put your hand on his jaw and neck while kissing. Run a hand through your partner's hair or put your hands on the small of his back. Keep your head vertical and use less head tilt to deliver your passionate kisses.
If you want your kissing to signal to your partner that you'd like to take it to the next level, try these tips for being a great kisser:
- Start off with a tender, lip-centric "I trust you" kiss. Then, add a little tongue toward the end.
- Tilt your head to the side as you slip your partner the tongue.
- Be wary of going overboard with your tongue. You're not trying to play tonsil hockey! Gently explore your partner's mouth with the tip of your tongue until you get into a rhythm with one another.
- Don't be afraid to give a soft nibble when kissing passionately. Use your lips to pull your partner's bottom lip into your mouth and very gently bite the lip. Don't draw blood! The only mark you should leave will be in his or her mind.
While these kissing tips are mostly for new couples who are still in the beginning stages of establishing a physical relationship, it never hurts to revamp an existing relationship with some great kissing techniques.