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Whether you are a boy or a girl, it's always a bit of a challenge to kiss someone for the first time, especially if it's your first time kissing anyone! This article will show you how to kiss and help you feel less scared about doing it for the first time.

First Kiss of Life.

First kisses always seem awkward, so the person you're kissing will be feeling the same way. Just make sure the person you're kissing really cares about how you feel before you kiss him or her.

First kisses should be soft and slow, not messy at all! To find out if he or she wants to kiss you, you should drop hints. Most girls say pointing to their lips and fidgeting with their mouths are ways to invite a guy in. Guys say hugs, hand holding, and slight touching means they're ready for a kiss. For some people, the opportunity just arises naturally.

Talking about a first kiss before it happens can be sweet but is also dangerous. It may cause you or your special someone to worry, and in the end, it may come out way too rehearsed—it's more romantic to be spontaneous.

Just remember, if the person likes you, they'll understand starting out slowly is better.


How to Kiss a Girl?


A first kiss should always be spontaneous but subtle, slow, and sweet.

If your partner kisses you first, you might open your lips a little, but no french kissing. It would ruin a first kiss and be sloppy. The idea is really to press your lips up against your partner's but not too much. Make sure your position is comfortable too, so you're not in pain while kissing.

One good way to kiss your partner is to start by kissing him or her softly on the cheek—then when when he or she looks at you, you can kiss him or her softly on the lips.

Remember, a first kiss might go most smoothly while you two are alone. Things might not be so good when friends—or jealous exes—are watching.

And, of course, if the kiss was weird, you can always laugh it off and try again next time.


How to kiss someone for the first time.


Whether you are a boy or a girl, it's always a bit of a challenge to kiss someone for the first time, especially if it's your first time kissing anyone! This article will show you how to kiss and help you feel less scared about doing it for the first time.

A First Kiss

First kisses always seem awkward, so the person you're kissing will be feeling the same way. Just make sure the person you're kissing really cares about how you feel before you kiss him or her.

First kisses should be soft and slow, not messy at all! To find out if he or she wants to kiss you, you should drop hints. Most girls say pointing to their lips and fidgeting with their mouths are ways to invite a guy in. Guys say hugs, hand holding, and slight touching means they're ready for a kiss. For some people, the opportunity just arises naturally.

Talking about a first kiss before it happens can be sweet but is also dangerous. It may cause you or your special someone to worry, and in the end, it may come out way too rehearsed—it's more romantic to be spontaneous.

Just remember, if the person likes you, they'll understand starting out slowly is better.

How to Do It ?


Kissing isn't as hard as it seems. Most think they don't know how, but when the time comes they're really good at it!

A first kiss should always be spontaneous but subtle, slow, and sweet.

If your partner kisses you first, you might open your lips a little, but no french kissing. It would ruin a first kiss and be sloppy. The idea is really to press your lips up against your partner's but not too much. Make sure your position is comfortable too, so you're not in pain while kissing.

One good way to kiss your partner is to start by kissing him or her softly on the cheek—then when when he or she looks at you, you can kiss him or her softly on the lips.

Remember, a first kiss might go most smoothly while you two are alone. Things might not be so good when friends—or jealous exes—are watching.

And, of course, if the kiss was weird, you can always laugh it off and try again next time.
Kissing Tricks and Tips:

Tips about Kiss:

Always have fresh breath. Brush your teeth (and tongue!) in the morning as well as the evening, and don't eat anything strong like garlic.

Make sure you know the person you're kissing well.

Try to seem confident, but if you can't, it's fine to look shy or nervous. (Most likely he or she will find it cute!

Don't talk about kissing too much around your special someone—they might think you are trying to force it on them.

Things to consider :

Keep it Private:

This goes for the setting! A first kiss is a private affair, and it should happen in a private setting. Don't waste this special moment in front of an audience. Instead, find someplace secluded and quiet so that you both can concentrate on each other. While you are concentrating, remember that no loud theatrics are needed, so keep yourself quiet and controlled as well.

Keep it Short and Sweet:

A first kiss should always feel like a preview of more kisses to come. Don't let a first kiss last for hours, and don't attempt to pack all of your feelings into one long-lasting kiss. Instead, keep it short and sweet, and you partner will be dying for more.

Keep It Comfortable:

In films, it may seem like a first kiss always follows a monumental announcement of love and a long period of staring into each other's eyes. In real life, the same behavior would be totally embarrassing. If you suspect a first kiss is looming, keep it comfortable and don't allow any grand gestures to get in the way.



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