If you're worried about kissing like an amateur, worry no more. Learning how to French kiss well is easier than you might think. All you need are some pointers to show you how to rock your sweetheart's world.
The Art of French Kissing
Kissing can naturally transition into French kissing when you're kissing someone you're in love with. If you've never Frenched someone before, these steps will show you how to do it well enough to impress your partner.
- Slightly moisten your lips, tilt your head to the side a little, and begin with a few warmup kisses to help put the two of you in the mood.
- Part your lips slightly, and gently draw just one of your partner's lips between your own as you kiss so all your lips interlock a bit as you go. You can also shift the tilt of your head occasionally to vary the position of your kisses.
- Now lightly run the tip of your tongue over one of your partner's lips. This is just a little tease of what's to come.
- When the moment feels right, and you'll know it by your partner's response, gently push the tip of your tongue into your partner's mouth.
- Seek out the tip of your partner's tongue, and tenderly brush against it with your own. Your partner will typically respond by returning a little of that tongue action.
- If it feels right, deepen the kiss by moving your tongue a little farther into your partner's mouth to make more contact. Draw on the tongue now and then for an additional thrill.
- Pull your partner into a closer embrace, and allow your kisses to naturally become more passionate. You can also trail some of those kisses along your partner's jawline and neck, especially in that sensitive area right beneath the ear lobe, before you make your way back to his/her lips.
French Kissing Video
If you're one of those people who learn better by watching, the following video offers a decent demonstration of French kissing. It's a little on the silly side, but it's basically PG and can give you a good visual on how it's done.
Tips to Make Those Kisses Even Better
Learning to French kiss is one thing, but you don't want to stop there. Use these tips to go from being a good kisser to being a great kisser.
- Aways make sure your mouth is clean and your breath is fresh. Bad breath and a sour tongue can kill the desire to share kisses quicker than just about anything else.
- Don't be sloppy. French kisses are naturally moist, but your partner doesn't want to wind up slathered in saliva.
- Take your time. Let the intensity of your kisses build up, and let them ebb and flow so your partner doesn't feel like you're on a mission to drill into his or her mouth.
- There is such a thing as using too much tongue, so make sure you're not gagging your partner. If it feels like you're straining when you extend your tongue, chances are you're going too far and need to pull it back a bit.
- Don't forget to breath through your nose. Take a moment to tilt your head in the other direction or take a sexy pause to gently tug your partner's lip between you teeth. These actions give you both a moment to catch your breath.
- When it's time to stop kissing, don't just stop abruptly. Gradually wind down the intensity of your kisses until you're back to those warmup kisses, and just let them trail off with a sigh.
Practice Makes Perfect
French kissing is one of those delightful activities that you have to practice if you want to get really good. A little honesty doesn't hurt, either. Entrust your partner with the fact that you're new to Frenching, but eager to learn. Some people find it a turn on to teach their partner something new, and that lesson can turn into a thrilling experience for both of you.