So ‘men up’ and prepare yourself to become a pro in kissing sphere. Follow these tips to learn some new technics and advice that would make your kiss the best kiss ever.
Good kissers make it real
If you think that your partner won’t notice if you are faking your kiss, you are mistaken. Your kiss will be good only if you’d actually want it.
Good kissers stay fresh
You don’t want your partner to taste a meal you had an hour ago. If you are anticipating your kiss, avoid eating some smelly foods like garlic or onions and better brush your teeth before planning your kiss.
Good kissers keep calm and carry balm
A simple lip balm would be pretty useful not just for women but for men as well to keep your lips nice and soft. It would much more pleasant to kiss someone with balmed lips, so don’t skip this one.
Good kissers know: less is more
A good kisser will always start small and slow, letting their partner follow them. Don’t forget to check on your partner if he/she is feeling alright and doesn’t mind you doing what you are doing. And remember, pushing and forcing someone for a kiss will never work right for you.
Good kissers don’t focus on lips only
The best kiss ever is never just about lips. Your partner has the whole body. It gives you a great chance to make your kiss more diverse and unique.
Good kissers keep their tongue in place
The first rule of a good kiss is: use your tongue modestly. For the first kiss, it’s better to not your tongue at all than overuse it.
Good kissers play the pre-game
Anticipation is the best part of the kiss. Tease your partner a little bit to make this kiss even more wanted and amazing.
With these simple tips, your kissing skills will significantly improve over time. And if you still don’t have a kissing partner, don’t forget to install Meetville app on Android and iOS right now and go on a date with local singles!
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