No one wants to be wrong-footed when it comes to perfecting how to kiss. It can cause undue embarrassment. Yet, to most, kissing is the most natural thing in the world. The simplest way of learning how to kiss is by watching others: in films, on television, even parents. Simply by observing the actions of others, it is possible to pick up tips and apply them to your own situation. Watch how other couples interact with each other, or try being a bit more direct and ask them for tips. Don’t be afraid!
The best possible way to learn how to kiss is to just let the moment take you. Don’t hesitate. It’s best to be calm and level-headed; being nervous may cause you to be jumpy or shaky, which is never a good impression. It seems humans are predisposed to learning certain behaviors quicker than others, and kissing is evidently one of these. Be direct, be casual, and be instinctual.
Don’t be embarrassed
If something happens to go wrong, don’t worry about it. If at first you don’t succeed, then try and try again. Eventually, you will get it right. If you are that worried, confide in your partner, and they will be more likely to understand than if you just try and bluff your way through it. Ask them if they know how to kiss, and if so, ask them for help. If not, seek outside help from friends or family.
Types of kisses
Once you have learned the basics of how to kiss, you must next learn the different types. There is the “snog” (with or without tongues); the lingering kiss, which can last for a few seconds; the peck, a quick and simple touch; and the passionate kiss, which can be deep and also lingering.