Tips To Give Her A Smooch That Will Drive Her Crazy With Desire | Pleasure Mechanics
Kissing is one of the most fundamental and fundamental erotic acts.
However, it’s not as simple as locking lips – there are many ways to kiss, and it pays to learn how to kiss your lover the way you like.
Your first kiss with a new love interest is an incredible moment and says a lot about how compatible you are as a potential lover.
Here are six tips to give her a smoot that will make her crazy with desire:
1. Start with long eye contact.
This is a classic move to initiate a kiss. Look into their eyes, then at their lips, and back into their eyes.
Lean forward slightly and then pay close attention to their cues.
Are they smiling and leaning forward? Or do they hesitate and withdraw?
This is a great way to find out if the person wants to kiss you.
Start with a soft kiss just on the lips, or maybe even on the cheek, forehead or wrist.
This will help build rapport and build heat. Being a nerd is much sexier than being overzealous.
Let the kiss “bloom” — kiss the lips first, and if the kiss wants to warm you up, your lover’s mouth will open for you. Never push your tongue in.
3. Let your lover kiss you.
Accept the kiss rather than take over in desperation.
Kissing is like a dance where your lips and tongue meet, you want to play on that edge and not be too pushy.
4. If you can, use your hands on the rest of your lover’s body.
Gently put your hands on the shoulders, play with the hair, wrap one arm around the lower back, etc.
Make it a full body experience.
5. Take breaks.
If the kiss is good and there is chemistry, you can always start over.
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6. Follow your lover’s example.
Most people kiss the way they want to be kissed, so pay attention to what your lover is doing and return that style.
Pleasure Mechanics is a team of sex educators and touch experts dedicated to providing people around the world with the tools and strategies they need to experience maximum sexual pleasure.
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