French kissing, the art of kissing in a way where you caress each others’ tongues, can sometimes be a nerve-wracking experience, especially the first time. But if you do it right, it is so worth it. A good French kiss may make your date unforgettable, and it can easily turn into something more.
On the other hand, a bad French kiss can be a major turn-off. The good news is that anyone can learn how to be a fantastic kisser with the right guidance. Nobody likes to be kissed by someone who doesn’t know what they are doing or someone who slobbers all over them. That is just so gross. The tips and techniques that follow are all you need for the kind of kiss that she’ll be telling her girlfriends about for weeks.
You don’t want to be too excited when it comes to kissing. Learn patience because the person you are kissing will be able to tell. You need to pay attention to what the other person is telling you with their body language. French kissing techniques are not just about using your lips and tongue.
Just relax. No sense being too worked up about the art of kissing, otherwise it makes both partners appear stiff and mechanical. Kissing is best done when it is in a carefree manner. A relaxed mindset helps focus on the tongue and the lips, and letting go of both to help each achieve “kiss bliss”.
Once you’ve set the mood (maybe even adding a little music if the timing is right) and positioned yourself, you’re ready to begin using some of your best French kissing techniques. Remember, the more you relax, the better your kisses will be. One important thing – it is amazing how well you can French kiss with someone you really have chemistry with! What are you waiting for? Use the following techniques during your next romantic encounter!
Start out with a closed mouth – the introduction to French kissing is all about the lips. Keep yours soft, and gently touch your lips to hers, letting them move gently.
When it comes time for your lips to meet, the most important thing to keep in mind is that you should not rush in with your tongue. You need to start off with a little closed mouth action first. Take it slow and learn to read the signs that your partner is open to a French kiss. You can do this by slightly brushing their lip with your tongue. Do it gently and slowly and see how they respond. If they pull away then obviously you went too far. If they don’t, then slowly move your tongue closer into their mouth.
Your noses could end up bumping each other, especially if your noses are both particularly high-bridged, ruining a perfect moment for French kissing. To prevent this from happening, practice kissing with your heads inclined in opposite sides. This position will allow your noses to enjoy a healthy distance from each other while your mouths and tongues remain passionately locked.
French kissing is by far one of the most popular types of kisses. Combining lip action with tongue action, it is by far the most intimate kiss that you can perform. However, if done incorrectly then it can be more sleazy than romantic. The trick is to French kiss slowly and passionately without suffocating your partner with your tongue.
Enjoy – and may the love force be with you.
This is only the beginning. There’s a whole lot more to discover about French Kissing Techniques in Oprah love expert, Michael Webb’s book “500 Love Tips“.
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