According to some relationship analysts, they say ”The romantic thing in the world is to have a perfect kiss.” Note that the perfect kiss is not so much about getting your lips to touch in the right way but more about expressing the love and attraction you feel for each other.
Hence, a bad kiss can destroy the chemistry and intimacy; and though you might not be the experienced kisser, the following ways can make you come out like an expert:
Create the contact
Your lips should touch at this moment, making sure that your partner’s lower lip is between both of yours. In other words, their lower lip must be between yours while your upper lip is between theirs.
Move the lips
Many people have so many ways of moving their lips while kissing but this is the basic one: press your lips on your partner’s skin, pucker your lips, then release. Basically, you are giving your partner a series of pecks on the lips, only that each one lasts longer.
“You also do not kiss them then pull away, then kiss them and pull away…maintain lip contact between and during each drawn out peck,” according to kissing tips on getromantic.com.
Make sure you are not just kissing the lower lip but switching from top to bottom while tilting your head to ensure kisses around the corner area of their mouth. As you lock lips, and your partner’s lower lip is between both of yours, you can also lightly run the tip of your tongue over it.
If your partner returns the signal, then you two can increase the intensity of the kiss but if they pull away, then it’s probably wise to maintain the lips-only kisses and hold on with the tongue.
Remember that it is not advisable to suddenly invade her mouth with your tongue the moment you lock lips. Hold back on the tongue but keep your mouth slightly open to make a tongue-kissing possible.
Your partner may be enjoying the tongue-kissing but even with that, add variety: keep it soft and hard, deep and not too deep, slow and fast. In-between, you can move back to using only your lips. And be careful of the teeth if you want to gently nibble your partner’s lips.
The aim is not to chew those lips, thus, when you two have your lips locked, you can place your teeth over your partner’s lower lip and slowly withdraw until your teeth are almost at the end of the lip. Here, you can pause a moment and continue your normal kissing. Note that not every partner would like the teeth for teeth, hence pull back with this if you realise that.
Use the hands
As you kiss, you can lay your hand flat on the side of your partner’s face or lock your hands in theirs. Alternatively, spread your fingers at the back of their neck. If it is the neck you want to kiss, don’t just stop kissing their lips and move straight to the neck; make a trail of kisses down from their jawbone to their ears and then to their neck or from under the chin to their neck. Your partner must tilt back to make this easy and vice versa.