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10 Tips on how to kiss★

1. Find the Right Time to Kiss
The best time for a first kiss is when
you're alone, there's a pause in the
conversation and you're both looking
into each other's eyes. Help make this
moment happen by finding a way to
get away from the crowd, standing or
sitting close to your partner, making
eye contact and letting the convo
come to a natural breaking point.
You'll both know when the moment is

2. Don't Obsess About Your Breath
Your breath doesn't need to be any
more minty fresh than your kissing
partner's. (For instance, if you both
just had dinner together and ate
equally garlicky meals, you'll be fine.)
Bring some mints with you, but don't
pop them obsessively. It's not
necessary and it'll make you look

3. Start With Your Lips
The first thing that comes to mind
when you think about french kissing is
tongue, but that shouldn't come right
away - you'll have to ease into it. Start
just by lightly kissing their lips (either
their top lip, their bottom lip or both)
with yours.

4. Don't Make Your Tongue the Star of
the Show
A kiss without any tongue at all is
perfectly fine. But if you want to take
it to the next level, open your mouth a
little wider, gently touch your tongue
against theirs, and let the tips of your
tongues "play around" together. Don't
do much more than that, though.
When it comes to tongue, a little goes
a long way.

5. Use Your Hands Wisely
The best spots to place your hands are
around your partner's neck or waist,
on the back of your partner's head, or
if you want to be extra-romantic,
against your partner's cheeks. Never
just leave them by your side! That
would be a total waste.

6. Don't Forget to Breathe
Take regular breaks to pull away and
look into your partner's eyes. It'll give
you a chance to catch your breath and
share a smile.

7. Mix It Up
Don't leave your lips or your tongue in
the same spot for more than a couple
of seconds. The initial excitement of a
first kiss is thrilling, but things can get
boring awfully quickly if you don't vary
your style a little.

8. When In Doubt, Follow Their Lead
You don't need to be an expert on
kissing to share a great kiss. If you're
not sure what to do, just let your
partner take over and go with the flow.
As long as the two of you like each
other and are concentrating on the
magic of the moment, it'll go great.

9. It's Okay to Laugh
You might be tempted to laugh or
make a little joke to ease the tension
or hide some your nervousness. Go for
it. Your partner's probably just as
nervous as you are, and it'll ease the
tension for them, too.

10. Know When to End It
If this is your first time kissing this
person, keep things brief. There'll be
plenty more chances to kiss, and you
want to leave them dying to lock lips
with you the next time.

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