Learn How To French Kiss In 8 Simple Steps
Kissing is wonderful. It's sweet, it's sensual and it's an expression of love. There are so many different types of kisses that you can try out, and one such, and a rather popular one is the French kiss. We have all seen it so many times in movies and shows, and maybe even in real when our unabashed friends make out around us. Either way, there is just something about a French kiss that entices all. If you haven't had one yet but want to, or if you are not very good at it, today we tell you how to French kiss. After all, nobody wants to be known as the "bad kisser", right? ;)
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First and foremost, for a French kiss or any type of kiss, you need a willing partner. Don't force yourself on anyone ever. So grab your man or woman and get ready to experience some French love. Or maybe you can also proposition an eager soul to be your kissing buddy? :P
Even the thought of kissing someone with unpleasant breath is gross! No one wants to be intimate when it's stinking. So make sure your breath smells good. Avoid eating foods like garlic and onions before you kiss, and always carry mints or mouth sprays with you.
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This is pretty important. Chapped and cracking lips not only hurt you, but can also be not-too-attractive to your partner. When people think of kissing, they think of kissing soft, smooth and plump lips; so make sure yours are like that. Treat chapped lips with plenty of lip balm and always carry a tube on you.
Get Comfortable. Get Close.
Seat yourselves in a comfortable position – maybe on a sofa, or you can even stand. As long as you both are comfy it's okay. Once you are in a good place, get a little close to each other. If your partner isn't comfortable, then don't force it; if they are, then go on to the next bit.
Start With A Lip Lock
The best and most natural way to French kiss is by starting with a regular lip-to-lip kiss. Get close and kiss each other on the lips. Tilt you head a little so that you don't ram your noses into each other. Be gentle. Hold each other's hands while you kiss, or have your hands around each others waist or neck, or play with their hair. Just remember to maintain contact with your hands.
Slowly Bring In The Tongue
Once you are into the kiss, part your lips a little so that your partner knows you are thinking of French kissing. If they don't respond, understand that they are not ready for it. If they respond positively, i.e. they too separate their lips, then begin to gently touch their lips with your tongue. Let them do the same to your lips. And then gradually play with each other's tongue.
Whatever you do, please don't bite your partner. Play with their tongue, swap saliva, explore their mouth; just don't bite. It can be very painful and can cause injury which can also breed infection and diseases. So refrain.
Once you get the hang of it, you will develop the instinct yourself and know what to do and when to do it. Try to understand what your partner likes in terms of kissing and then do that. A good kisser is one who understands what his/her partner likes and dislikes. And remember, practice makes perfect; so your French kissing is only going to get better with time.
That's about all we can explain in theory, the rest bits on how to French kiss are all practical! ;) But don't worry, you will figure it out if you go with the flow. So are you ready now to French kiss?
And in case you want a demo, watch this video by The Wing Girls: