How to improve your kissing skills
Kissing dates back to evolution when our ancestral mothers, passed chewed food to their young through a lip-to-lip transfer. This, over time, has evolved into a means of social bonding, and is part of romantic exchange.
It is an act that can be executed in a number of ways with many different intentions. You do not have to think about it before indulging in it, as over 90 per cent of humans kiss, and many mammals do too. So don’t stress over it, just pucker up and enjoy the moment while it lasts.
Men and women usually pucker up for all kinds of reasons like, kissing for love, for luck, to say hello and goodbye, including the fact that, it really feels so good thing to do. It is not a hidden fact that some kisses are totally sex-driven and far from platonic.
A kiss can either be one of the first magical connections in a relationship, or the last moment of a relationship as terrible kissing can kill attraction faster than anything. Everyone wants that moment when he/she can kiss someone and feel butterflies which leaves you wanting for more.
Whether you are a terrible kisser, a good kisser or a great kisser, just know there is always room to get better.
Here is how to improve your kissing skills-:
- Be sure to start off slowly especially with someone new; take it slow while taking note of your lover’s kissing style by mimicking them and their moves. Though aggressive passionate kiss can be great, but still start slow, build to hot and heavy passion.
- The best way to figure out what your partner likes in kiss if you don’t want to ask, is to notice how they kiss. Most of their signature kissing moves arrives that they enjoy themselves. So try kissing the way they kiss and incorporate it into your kissing game.
- Never use your teeth except if it is for a tiny nibble on your mate’s lips because, one of the worst kissing moments is when someone comes in to kiss you and their teeth are there knocking against your teeth. Start out with a tiny nibble and gauge their reaction. If they love it, do it again; if they don’t react, maybe shelve the nibbling. Aside from nibbles, teeth are not part of kissing.
- Avoid swapping spit, nobody wants to break away for air and have spit all over them, or hanging off their lips. Sure kissing is wet but try not to drool. By try, I mean do not, most lovers don’t like it slobbery.
- When kissing, be careful not to stick your whole tongue into your partner’s mouth. No one wants you to examine their molars with your tongue. A bit of your tongue is allowed and be gentle when you tickle with it.
- Tenderly use your hands when kissing, they should not be hanging at your sides. Your hands can touch a number of places in your spouse’s body such as; play with the hair, put a hand on their cheek, clasp or rub their neck. Just do something with your hands. A passionate kiss involves way more than your lips.
The truth is that, kissing feels great and does the body good since it helps people feel connected, and strengthen bonds of all kinds. Practise good oral hygiene for a fresh, kiss-worthy mouth. It is a lot easier to kiss well than it is to kiss badly.