The Perfect First Kiss

Do you remember your first ever kiss? Every first kiss in every relationship you may have had? Did it give you the trembles you imagined? Or did it go the other way, with never wanting to return?

The passionate moment when your lips touch another and the unknowing of how it will go is daunting. Come to think of it, the first kiss is a big deal, and why shouldn’t it be?

That moment, when time stands still, you need to impress, yet still, leave something left undiscovered to make them come back for more. I still remember my first kiss, the location, the aroma around me, the taste, the touch, and how it made me feel.

Your lips are incredibly stimulating. When they experience a sensation, your signals and chemical go crazy, and the next minute, you have that string of next perfect kisses. Not only does it confirm that unspoken thing between you, which gives you wonder and fantasy, a moment you have imagined from the beginning, but it is also often the start of your relationship, a bond sealed with a kiss.  

Your heart races, your stomach flips, and your palms start to sweat. Confusion intrudes your mind, and you become dizzy and aroused. So much happens to your body; it’s beyond just being a simple kiss. It predicts the chemistry and sexual excitement between two people, and if both feel the same, the first kiss will always be perfect. If one lacks these emotions, then the kiss may fizzle from the get-go. The possibilities are endless, and unless you dive in, it will forever be a mystery.

Don’t miss your opportunity.

Cup their face, lean in, and give them the perfect kiss. And make it memorable.

What is your perfect kiss?

Gentle and sexy or rough and enthusiastic, or perhaps a little bit of both. Everyone has their preferences, some hate the tongue, and some go in too soon. You’re lips touch one minute, and the next, you’re bashing your teeth against each other. God, I hate that. Do you stand there wishing they would touch you, take you roughly in their arms and pull you in, yank your hair and nibble your lips? Hell yes! Body language brings excitement; don’t stand there like a zombie. Make the most of it.

Read the mood – Where are you? Somewhere quiet? Enjoying a walk or in a busy night club? You can be soft and delicate or vigorous and passionate; trust your instincts. Make sure you wait and savour the moment, give them a hint as to what is to follow, without spelling it out, don’t go too fast.

Use your alluring eyes, be flirty and physical. Are they showing signs they are interested, slipping a gentle touch, using sexy language, yes? Then go for it.

Don’t go straight in with the tongue. Use it a little, be relaxed, gentle, and controlled; nothing is worse than a rough tongue intruding your perfect moment.

Kiss as if it’s not going to lead to sex – You can enjoy a long make-out session without being physical. It’s passionate and good for you. Kissing lowers blood pressure, boosts endorphins, relieves stress, aches, and burns calories. Be intimate and intense, and don’t just stick to the lips. There are plenty of hot spots, but don’t stray too far unless your partner is happy for you to go wandering. Giving a kiss, lick, and nibble to the neck, ear, and shoulder blade is sure to make your kiss satisfying, and if you receive the green light, go for the hip bone, the belly button, and the bikini line.

*Build that sexual tension
*Avoid distraction
*Read their body language
*Be in the perfect location
*Be hygienic; a mint and sip pf water will make your lips moreish
*Give them signals
*Take it slow
*Don’t be all tongue
*Use your hands but don’t push your luck
*Don’t stop at the lips
*Know when to back off
*Enjoy it

Tell me about your first kiss and I’ll tell you about mine. 💋

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