Saturday, July 14, 2007

How to Kiss.....Kissing Explained

Kissing Explained

A first kiss should always be done while the two of you are alone. This will help to avoid any unnecessary nervousness and embarrassing situations.
The best type of kiss is one that uses different variations...
such as starting with a small kiss, working into a French Kiss, maybe sucking on your partner's upper or lower lip...

And don't just leave kisses to the lips.
Kiss their cheeks, their chin or their eyelids.
This can be very seductive and romantic.
Basic Kissing Tips

Great Breath - This is very important. Make sure you brush your teeth before going out on your date. There is nothing worse than kissing someone with bad breath.
If your date consists of having something to eat before the actual kiss, make sure you have a mint on hand to take right after you finish eating. Don't take the mint just before the kiss or chew on gum. You don't want to have something in your mouth when you kiss.

Moist Lips - You want your lips to be slightly moist when you kiss. Run your tongue over your lips once before you kiss. Don't wear lip gloss because that tends to make the kiss too gooey.

And don't wear a lot of lipstick unless you want your partner to wear it too after the kiss. Slightly moist lips makes it easier to move your lips over your partner's and gives both you and your partner a more pleasant experience.

Positioning - Stand close to your partner. As the two of you move closer together tilt your head slightly. If you can see which way your partner's head is tilting, tilt your head slightly in the opposite direction.

Close Eyes - Just before your lips meet, close your eyes. Some people prefer to leave their eyes open during the kiss. But until you know what your partner prefers, it is best to close your eyes.

Open Lips - Open your mouth slightly and place your lips over your partner's lips. Do not hold your breath! Breath through your nose. As your lips meet, press them gently over your partner's. You may wish to move your lips in a slow, circular motion or just leave them still over your partners.

Closed Lips - This is like the type of kiss you'd give your grandma or aunt. Instead of opening your mouth when your lips meet, keep them closed. This is also a good way of letting your partner know this is as far as it goes. It also makes a great hello/good-bye kiss or a great first time kiss if you're nervous.

French Kissing
This is the most popular type of kiss. This involves touching your tongue with your partner's and it can be quite a pleasant experience. There are a few tips to create a great french kiss.

Open Lips - Open your lips over your partner's slightly more than you would during a regular kiss. This makes it easier to place your tongue in your partner's mouth.

Tongue - Place the tip of your tongue on the tip of your partner's tongue. Do not force your tongue too far into their mouth. If you wish, you can play with their tongue by circling theirs with your own. Have fun with it. Explore.

Lips - 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.

Suck Kissing
This can be a very seductive type of kiss. Instead of French Kissing with your mouth open, while your partner's lips are parted suck on their top our bottom lip with your own, just for a second or two. Then go back to another type of kiss or try the other lip.

Nip Kissing
This type of kiss has to be done carefully, but when done correctly can create a wonderful effect on your date. While suck kissing, gently bite their lip, but be VERY gentle so as not to hurt your date / partner. This kiss should only be done with someone that you've kissed a few times before, otherwise you may shock your partner.

Surprise Kissing
This type of kiss is done when your partner is lying down on a sofa or the ground, either asleep or just lying with their eyes closed. Quietly approach your partner and place a small, very gentle kiss on their lips. Intensify the kiss until your partner opens their eyes or awakens.

Learn to Kiss with these 5 Random Tips

1) Practice on your hand
Sure, this might sound a little freakish, but everyone has done it, and it's a great way to practice your lip movement. Put your upper lip over you index finger (hand should be flat and facing you're about to do a karate chop). Put your lower lip just below the bottom of your middle finger. Slowly glide your lower lip over the middle finger and stop
when it gets to the bottom of your index finger (your two lips should come close but never touch).

Repeat this motion over and over. Occasionally, take your tongue and glide it from the middle of your middle finger to the middle of your index finger. Every few strokes gently push your tongue between your index finger and middle finger. Remember, move your tongue slowly.

2) Practice in the mirror
This is a great way to fine tune your approach. Watch for your facial expressions and look for two key things:

the point at which you close your eyes and when you open your mouth. Wait until your lips are about an inch away (from the lips in the mirror) before you open up. At nearly the same time (or a half second earlier), start to close your eyes.

3) Watch the Movies & TV
It's hard to flip through the channels without seeing people making out...especially on MTV. Use this sex-saturated resource to your advantage. You can really learn a lot by watching people kiss on the big screen. Bear in mind, though, that not all kisses are realistic (Top Gun) or practical in everyday life.
Instead, look at how normal kisses are done. Watch for body positioning, placement of hands, and the point at which people close their eyes and open their mouths. Rent a movie or two...this way you'll have the ability to hit rewind and watch the proper technique over and over.

4) Watch other people
Look at how couples at your school do it. Watch for details like the approach, the way they look at each other right before they kiss, etc.

5) Ask your friends
This can provide you with invaluable insights

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