First kisses are a make or break affair. If you want to have a memorable first kiss that’s full of sparks and fiery passion, learn these 7 secrets.
Keep these 7 secrets you need to know about first kisses in mind, and you really should have no trouble perfecting that first kiss.
#1 Plan ahead
A first kiss never pops right out of the blue. Even if it seems like an unplanned heat of the moment thing, the setting you create around each other is what gives you the opportunity.
Plan ahead so both of you can get some alone time at the end of the date, either in the car, a lonely park bench or at your place.
#2 Build the s3xual tension
Your date must want to kiss you back, or at the least, you must know that your date would reciprocate it before you try kissing. Try to sit close to your date. It’s a great way to pass your s3xual vibes to them.
And most importantly, speak in a low and soft voice. Speaking softly is a natural turn on.
Talk about how wonderful you feel spending time with this person, or talk about how enjoyable the day was.
#3 Avoid distractions
Distractions are the bane of first kisses. Isolate yourself in the moment and make sure your date isn’t thinking of anything other than this beautiful moment with you.
The location plays a big part in a first kiss. If you play your cards well, a first kiss could lead to a lot more within minutes.
If people walking past you bothers you, kiss your date in a parking lot or in your place.
But make sure you keep the location in mind if you want to go beyond just a first kiss.
Bad breath ruins any chances of a first kiss. Make sure you pop a breath mint into your mouth.
If you want to make your first kiss feel a lot s3xier, drink a sip of water a few seconds before trying to kiss your date. It makes your lips feel moist and a lot more kissable.
#6 Take it really slow
Once you start kissing your date for the first time, don’t get carried away and get aggressive instantly.
Feel your date’s lips softly touch your own and spend a few seconds trying to understand who takes the upper lip or who takes the lower lip.
Trust me, that one thing alone can lead to confusion if you’re already used to a particular type of kissing. Improvise your kissing style as the seconds stretch on.
#7 Don’t push it.
Don’t try too hard to reach out to too many places too soon. If the first kiss goes well, you know there will definitely be many more dates with many more kisses too.
So unless you’re certain your date likes where your hands are going, don’t try to reach out to too many places.
Perfect the first kiss and create a memorable experience first.