Do you remember how stressful your first kisswas? Knowing how to kiss isn’t exactly something we’re all born with and we all kiss in different ways. As a result, there’s no guide or manual that you can follow but it is a good skill to have, so here are some things to bear in mind.
Observe your partner’s body language
If your partner is doing everything they can to get closer to you, this is a good sign. However, if you feel that they are pulling away from you, it might be a good time to stop and ask what is going on. Which brings us to our second point...
Yes! You shouldn’t feel embarrassed about asking your partner if they like the way you kiss them. You’re not a mindreader and it’s good to know at the end of the day.
Do they kiss you back?
This is obviously a good sign.
Avoid going over the top
Keep in mind that when it comes to kissing, ‘less is more.’ So don’t spend all your time with your tongue in their mouth or biting their upper lip.
Start slowly to test the waters
The idea is to slowly build the intensity, not the other way around.
Is your partner 100% focused on kissing you?
You know you’re a good kisser when you totally captivate your partner. If they’re looking away, that’s not a good sign.