Kissing someone you like for the first time can be very exciting, but you can get nervous about it. But don't worry, if you want to kiss someone for the first time, all you have to do is relax, feel comfortable with your body, and follow some basic rules.
Method 1 of 3: Prepare to kiss
Step 1. Get fresh breath
Having a fresh breath, ready to kiss is a major part of giving a sensational first kiss. Make sure you've brushed your teeth and used a mouthwash shortly before kissing, or chewed mint gum or sucked on mint candy on the breath before kissing. You can do this about an hour before, you don't want your breath to be too minty or it will look like you're trying too hard to get ready to fuck him.
If you dine or eat before the kiss, you should avoid ordering foods with too much garlic, onions, or any strong spices
Step 2. Create a special atmosphere
It is important to share your first kiss in an intimate or romantic atmosphere. Your first kiss can be something that you will remember the rest of your life, so you have to make it special. You don't have to put out a thousand candles or serenade the person, but you do need to choose the perfect time and place for a kiss.
- Kiss in the evening. Kissing when the sun goes down or after it's gone to sleep is more romantic than kissing during the day. You will also feel less shy for your first kiss if you are kissing in the dark.
- Kiss in a private place. Pick a private location with no distractions or onlookers so you can really focus on your kiss. Choose a secluded bench in a park, a nice spot near a beach or lake, or even your own balcony.
- Be elegant. Dress well to signify that you are about to have a special time. You don't want to have your first kiss in your gym clothes.
Step 3. Make sure it is ready
This is an important point. You can set the mood and prep your breath all you want, but nothing you do will matter if your partner isn't ready to fuck him. Before you exchange a kiss, make sure your partner has shown signs of liking you, whether it's by going to the date, touching you, or even telling you how she is feeling.
If she keeps staring in your eyes, brushing you, and smiling, you'll know she's ready to fuck him
Step 4. Remember to avoid some mistakes when kissing
Before you are ready for the kiss, you need to be sure that you are going slow and being gentle. If you are too aggressive or rude, your partner will not get the message, and the kiss will be too forced. Here are some mistakes to avoid before you start your first kiss.
- Make a French kiss. Don't immediately put your tongue in your partner's mouth and don't put saliva all over the place. If your partner is daring and gently touches their tongue with yours, you can switch to the French kiss, but don't try this in the first few seconds of your traditional kiss.
- Nibble. Nibbling your partner's lip or even their tongue can be a daring way to spice up your kisses. But if you do this during your first kiss, your partner will be caught off guard and may even withdraw.
- Wandering hands. You need to make physical contact with your partner, bring your bodies together, and stroke your partner's head or shoulders with your hands. You should not fiddle with your partner in inappropriate areas during your first kiss. This is doing way too much at once, and will be seen as fishy and will make your first kiss perceived as insincere.
Method 2 of 3: Kissing
Step 1. Make physical contact
Start getting closer to the person you want to kiss, whether that is by pulling closer to each other if you are sitting down, putting your arm around the person, or brushing the person's hair back. When you start to touch the person, fix their gaze to clearly show your intentions.
- Your kiss will feel more natural if you are already touching the person and are comfortable with it. Your hands should not wander in inappropriate places, follow the instructions.
- Your physical contact may even begin with some light and gentle teasing. You can playfully kick or nudge the other person, until your actions become more serious.
- Try to give a romantic compliment before you start a kiss. Just say "Your eyes are driving me crazy" or "You look so beautiful tonight".
Step 2. Move in closer until your faces are a few inches away
Once you've made physical contact, make your face just a few inches away from your partner's face. You need to maintain eye contact, and you can even smile a little to show your affection to the person.
Move closer until your hips are almost touching, and use your hands to brush against the person's cheeks, hair, or shoulders
Step 3. Kiss her
A traditional kiss is when the boy wraps his arms around the girl's waist while she wraps her arms around her shoulders and behind her neck, you can think of this as the slow stance.
Keep your hands active when kissing. Use your hands to grab the person's face, run your hand through their hair, or stroke their neck. You don't have to overdo it with your hands. Just make sure your whole body is engaged so that your kiss is even sweeter
Step 4. Walk away
Slowly move away from the other person. Don’t stop the kiss suddenly and move your whole body away, a mile away from your partner. Instead, maintain physical contact while pulling back and fixing your partner's gaze. Continue to stroke your partner lightly with your hands to let them know how good the kiss was.
Take your time to end physical contact. If you're too blunt, your partner may think you're not in
Method 3 of 3: Respond appropriately after the kiss
Step 1. Start over
If you are unable to end the physical contact or you continue to stare at your partner, you should keep up the pace of the kiss. Lightly stroke your partner's hair or cheek and start another kiss. You should always take it slow, but you can be a little more daring and reckless as you get better at kissing.
If appropriate, you can slowly switch to the French kiss. Just make sure your partner is also using their tongue gently so that you don't catch them off guard
Step 2. Don't be disappointed if things haven't gone well
If the first kiss wasn't as good as you expected, don't worry. The first few kisses are often awkward because the two people are still getting to know each other, and your kisses will improve with practice. You can take a break and try at another time when it's appropriate.
Even if it didn't go well, you still need to gently pull yourself away from the person and move on. Don't dwell on what happened, and imagine the success of your next kiss
- Grab a mint candy before you jump into a kiss.
- Go only as far as you are comfortable with. Don't do anything you don't want to do.
- Make sure you really know the person.
- If you hit your teeth it's okay, if you like the boy (girl) he'll think it's cute and you can keep hugging.
- If you have really chapped lips, don't kiss. Everyone has chapped lips at one time or another, so find a better time to kiss.