Kissing is great. It’s a very simple gesture with so much meaning hidden behind it. It’s a combination of pleasure, intimacy and a somewhat sacred experience.
Apparently, when you have someone to lock lips with then your body produces an increase of saliva which helps prevent tooth decay. A study shows that the minerals found in saliva clean out food particles inside the mouth as well as protects tooth enamel.
Some would argue that kissing, and not love-making, is the surest sign of deeper affection.
However, you can’t just lock mouths with someone and expect it to feel good.
Kissing is an art. You have know what you can do to make the experience better for you and your special someone.
Let’s look at these 7 common mistakes people do so we can be better kissers the next time around!
1. Bad Breath
Bad breath is already a deal breaker in most situations so kissing with nasty breath might be the worst. Garlic or alcohol are the worst offenders so don’t consume these when you’re planning on locking lips with your lover. Brush your teeth and keep your breath fresh.
2. Make use of your hands while kissing
People often forget that that hands exist and usually just lean in for a wet one. Using your hands while kissing someone can turn up the experience. Gentle caresses, light strokes on your partner’s skin, or a simple hug on the waist can make a good kiss into a great one. Don’t be afraid to explore – so long as you have the other’s consent!
3. Don’t force your tongue into the kiss
Take your time when you’re kissing someone don’t just stick your tongue in their mouths! Take it slow and gently with your lips. Read their body language and learn how your partner wants to be kissed. French kissing isn’t just about being passionate; you have to ease your lips into it.
4. Take it easy on the saliva
You’ll be swapping saliva during a kiss but don’t overdo it. Try to control the flow of your own saliva so you don’t spill too much in his/her mouth.
5. Don’t rush into the kiss rough it up quickly.
If you’re looking for that extra sizzle while you make out, you can (gently) bite on the other’s lower lip. But don’t do it straightaway. Nibble on the soft muscle slowly and tenderly. Don’t be too impatient or too aggressive with your partner’s lips. Also don’t try to ‘multi-task’ while kissing. If you’re playing with her/his tongue with yours, don’t try to bite on their lower lip and vice versa.
6. Don’t plan your moves while kissing.
A kiss is a spontaneous act shared by two people, so be in the moment. If he/she is into you then just let yourselves go with the motions.
7 .Don’t lean in and put pressure.
Lastly, don’t lean in too much with your face or you might wind up pushing their head back with yours. Keep your neck and head steady and apply just enough pressure that matches theirs.
Follow these steps and your kissing game will be on top in no time.
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