- Be careful not to startle – watch and wait for the signal to proceed
- Avoid the ‘ambush’ kiss (although these can be exciting as your relationship progresses.)
- Look deeply into your partner’s eyes. This will send the message that you like them and want to be closer to them. Look for their signals as well.
- Look for a warm, kind smile (even a slight smile is good; it doesn’t have to be BIG.)
- Pay attention to the look on your loved one’s face. This will indicate where they want to go with this kiss.
- Look for good balance. As you move closer to that magical kiss, you don’t want to be leaning too forward awkwardly to get there.
- As you move closer you are sending signals. You want your body to be in a comfortable position during the kiss, so you can enjoy every moment of it.
- Go for a light touch just before the kiss. While a hand lightly on the face is a definite signal of intimacy, holding hands combined with eye contact and a warm look can indicate the beginning of a great kiss to come.
- Make sure you are aligned correctly at this point. This means not only getting your lips on track with theirs, but getting the head tilted correctly as well.
- Tilt your head slightly to one side first. Your partner will likely react and tilt the other way. This is a mutual sign that the kiss will be very welcomed.
- Relax your lips, close your eyes.
- Move in slowly. During step number two you made sure the two of you were aligned correctly, now you can close your eyes as you’re just about to make contact.
- Relax your lips, not tightly pressed together. Give your partner the pleasant experience of feeling your lips softly against theirs.
- Your lips should be recently moistened, but not wet.
- Relax your lips, tilt your head and breathe evenly.
- Moving in, you can part your lips slightly just before contact. Keep your lips relaxed, your tongue in your mouth.
- Keep your head tilted so both of you can still breathe comfortably on contact and as the perfect kiss is held…
S A V O R every moment … be slow, gentle, easy.
- Keep it sweet, not too long and not too wet.
- Don’t pull away too quickly or make any quick movements. Savor. Savor. Savor. Feel the power and romance of the kiss.
Enjoy the moment!
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