How to French Kiss in 5 Easy Steps
If you want the perfect French kiss, you must first master the perfect kiss. Once you're comfortable in your lip lock, it's time to get more intimate! These five steps will guide you through your perfect French kiss.
Step 1. Get Comfortable
Now that you've locked lips, get comfortable with lip-to-lip contact, then tentatively, slowly and lightly, draw your tongue slowly across the your partner's lips. If you feel them press into the kiss more or move their tongue to your lips, you're good to go. Slowly increase the intensity and depth of the kiss.
Step 2. Body Caress
Move from the light, gentle touching of a basic lip-to-lip kiss and start using your hands more. Suggestively caress your partner's body, wrap your hands around their waist and move down to their butt. Run your fingers through their hair, gently tug at it, and pull them close. Any sensual touch, even as simple as running your hand up and down their back, increases the passion and intimacy of your kiss.
Step 3. Lick & Suck
If your partner lightly parts their lips, slowly explore their tongue in a light licking motion. You can also swirl your tongue along and around theirs.
After lightly licking your partner's tongue, try lightly sucking on it, gently wrestling with it, and playfully tugging it with your tongue. A very gentle nibbling of your partner's bottom lip can also add to the moment. Be sure not to bite though as it's the ultimate kiss killer.
Step 4. Explore
Spend a bit of time exploring other areas of your partner's mouth, such as lightly licking or gently tickling the roof of their mouth with your tongue. Another nice technique is to run your tongue along their teeth or bring your tongue out and run it along their lips.
Step 5. Finish the Kiss
Be sure not to pull away too quickly. You want to take your time and enjoy the kiss! When you do finally pull away, look your partner in the eyes again. A sensual caress after a French kiss provides the perfect ending.