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1 .Get your lips in proper kissing order. The most kissable lips are smooth and sweet, not dry, chapped and tense. The guidelines in How to Get Kissable Lips will help both men and women make their lips look more attractive and inviting. Here are the basics:

2 .Exfoliate your lips with sugar to make them soft.

Moisturize your lips to keep them soft.

Relax your lips by parting them ever so slightly.

3 .Look inviting and approachable! You might not realize that you’ve giving off a “leave me alone” vibe, so read up on How to Look Approachable. Uncross those arms, keep your hands away from your face, make eye contact, and smile! Similarly, read his or her body language – is this person into you? Or do they seem uncomfortable?

4 .Break the “touch barrier.” Touch the person lightly on the arm or shoulder when you’re talking. Just make it a quick, innocent touch and don’t make a big deal out of it. Holding hands is also a good way to break the touch barrier. (Guys, you may want to read How to Touch a Girl for more ideas on how to break the touch barrier without overstepping boundaries.) If everything is going well, try kissing the person on the cheek. If you find your lips near their ear (like if you’re hugging someone from behind, or whispering something to them) go in for a gentle kiss on the cheek and see how they respond.

5 .Look at their lips. Make eye contact and then move your gaze briefly down to the person’s lips. Then move your eyes back up to meet theirs and smile demurely. You don’t have to be really obvious about it. Many people will take the hint, especially if they’ve read one of the many articles that lists this as a sign that a person wants to kiss or be kissed.

6 .Approach for the kiss. Depending on your starting position you may need only to turn your head, or you may need to lean in a bit. You may want to use your hands to gently urge your partner’s body or head into position—you just want to guide his or her movement a little, you don’t want to forcibly move any part of his or her body or hold your partner in an uncomfortable position—but in general you just want to position yourself correctly and let your partner meet you. As you near your partner’s lips, maintain eye contact.

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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.

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