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The Art Of Kissing 7 years, 2 months ago #1111

Kiss­ing 101: Tech­niques for Lovers

Want to get down to the nitty gritty of kiss­ing like a s** god­dess? First, start with the key ele­ments to a great kiss — pres­sure, dura­tion, tex­ture, and relaxation.

When it comes to pres­sure, you don’t want to smash your lips into each other, but you don’t want to feel like you’re kiss­ing air either. Find a happy medium that allows you to vary your inten­sity from gen­tle to pas­sion­ate, depend­ing on the mood.

The dura­tion of the kiss should cor­re­late to the mood you are try­ing to cre­ate. If you want to be a teas­ing tart, quick and sug­ges­tive kisses would be a bet­ter choice. If you want to fill them with wan­ton long­ing and need, a longer, more pas­sion­ate exchange would fit the bill.

The con­di­tion of your lips is a very large part of your kiss­ing expe­ri­ence. Make sure to keep them from get­ting overly chapped by using chap­stick or lip­stick reg­u­larly. Also, if you know you’re going to have a heated exchange, save his lips and avoid the extra lipstick.

Relax­ation is really only crit­i­cal when it comes to your first kiss­ing exchanges. You can com­pletely blow a first kiss oppor­tu­nity by being to rigid and stiff with your lips because of nerves. Just remem­ber to enjoy the exchange. If you end up spend­ing your time wor­ry­ing about your kiss, it will show and you’ll have ruined the moment anyway.

Kiss­ing 102: A Flirty Guide

Now that you’ve got the basics down, try explor­ing a lit­tle and get­ting cre­ative with the tips below.

Did you know our brains have spe­cial neu­rons that help us find each other’s lips in the dark? Add a sense of mys­tery and test out the sci­ence of kiss­ing with an after-dark or blind­folded exchange.

Scents and tastes are all big turn-ons. Take advan­tage of this and use a lit­tle fla­vored lip gloss for an unex­pected pleasure.

Mix things up and vary your kisses with your part­ner. Kiss harder, then lighter. Draw away from your part­ner to make them work for it a lit­tle bit and then give in and go all out. Play with your tech­nique for the best results.

Don’t just love the lips. Keep in mind there are other eroge­nous zones near the lips as well. Divert some of your atten­tion to their jaw­bone, ears and throat.

Get caught up in the moment. Noth­ing ruins a kiss more than real­iz­ing your partner’s just not that into it or their mind is on some­thing else. If you’re going to make-out, leave every­thing else behind you and just revel in the sensations.

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