Spark up a conversation with something other than "hi." Having a more specific opening gives you something to talk about, instead of just awkwardly asking how it's going.
Officially break the "touch barrier." Even if you've tried some light, flirty touches, breaking the touch barrier in a really noticeable way can help make your intentions clear. Avoid putting your lips into a tight pucker — that's a position reserved for non-romantic kissing, and might communicate the wrong idea. After you are done with the kiss ask him if he wants to go out another time or ask him out on a date. Remember to close your eyes at first, while many people prefer to keep them open, start them off closed until you are comfortable.
Remember, he's probably just as scared as you are and may be disappointed when he misses out on a good time for a first kiss.
Don't stick your tongue down their throat when French kissing keep it nice and light at first then get faster. A first kiss can make any one nervous shy or scared but the more u get use to kissing the easier it gets. Never kiss him if you don't really know each other yet, because it might feel uncomfortable when you do that. Meet Hailey, a dedicated wikiHowian of over two years who has started 132 articles and reviewed over 41,500 recent changes. In North America, it is common for acquaintances or close friends to give one or two air kisses, starting with the right cheek. In Spain and Italy, it's generally two kisses, starting with the right or the left cheek, depending on the region. In Southern and Eastern Europe, air kissing is a common form of greeting between friends and acquaintances. In Jordan, it is one to the left cheek and several to the right, depending on how much you like the person. In the Philippines, air kisses are a popular form of greeting between adults who are close friends or relatives. In Malaysia and Indonesia, it is expected that a younger relative will air kiss an older relative's hand as a show of respect. In South, Central and East Asia, cheek kissing - even air kissing - is uncommon and could perhaps be considered offensive, though it is growing in popularity in metropolitan areas.
If you give someone an air kiss when they feel comfortable enough to give you a peck right on the cheek, they may feel insulted at your subtle lack of intimacy. If you give an actual kiss when all they expected was an air kiss like the one they give you, you might feel embarrassed, or your kiss might be misinterpreted as something more. Meet Daniel, a wikiHow author, editor, and Admin from Belgium who has been involved in the community for over 2 years. So you finally got "the look" and you're moving in for that killer kiss when it dawns on you that you need help—and fast. Put your hands on the sides of his or her face, using your thumb to sweep across the cheekbone, or put one hand under his or her chin and tilt it upward. Another seriously sensual move is to put both hands around the back of your partner's head and tangle them in his or her hair, gently pulling.
Slide the tip of your tongue inside your partner's mouth and gently move it against the tip of his or her tongue. When your lips are locked, place your teeth over your partner's lower lip and slowly pull back until your teeth are almost at the end of the lip. Instead of putting a damper on the action, these small moments can actually make kissing more intimate. Knowing that your mouth is clean and appealing can help you feel more confident about kissing.
Guys, this is when you get the dreaded last-minute-turn-and-kiss-on-the-cheek routine, which is second only to the phrase, “You remind me of my brother,” for most-deflating date ending. If the eye contact becomes too long, break and reestablish it as necessary; it’s better to let your eyes dart around than subject your date to an interrogation-style stare down. It may feel awkward to make your desires so clear, just remember that by giving your date a heads-up, you will make the kiss go much more smoothly and improve the odds that it will turn into a glorious make out session. While you shouldn’t try to end the conversation abruptly, which might come across as trying to get over with your goodbyes, you shouldn’t encourage your date to ramble, either.
Don’t confuse this with a friendly peck smack in the middle the cheek; make your feelings clear by placing the kiss close to the ear or mouth and letting your lips linger for a second, or whisper something flirty in their ear with lips touching. Resist the temptation to kiss hard or with tongue, unless you've been chasing this person for quite some time.
If you aren't getting the kiss that you expected, you may want to read How to Deal With Common Kissing Issues to troubleshoot problems that many people run into. Be aware that kissing (especially deep kissing) may transmit infectious viruses, such as herpes simplex or infectious mononucleosis. There are kisses for just about every emotion and occasion — the greeting kiss on the cheek, the maternal kiss on the forehead, an affectionate kiss on the lips — but on those certain occasions when you want to communicate passion and maybe lust, not just any kiss will do.
Where you put your hands should be determined by the status of your relationship, your desires, and your partner's signals, whether spoken or communicated non-verbally. If your attempt to steal a kiss is rebuffed, respect the person's wishes, and back off immediately. He'll most likely be flattered that you took the lead (though there are ways to make him think kissing you was his idea, too). If you can master the art of subtle flirting, he might even kiss you (and think it was his idea in the first place!). If you want to get him hooked for next time, try to set up something for the future before you leave. Get rid of chapped skin by gently brushing over your lips with a toothbrush, then apply lip balm to keep them soft. Most guys won't notice what you're actually doing with your hair, they'll just note whether or not it looks awesome. If you time it right, an intimate atmosphere can do half the work and help him see you in a sexy light. There's a reason why most kisses don't happen in broad daylight: because softer light glosses over flaws and seems more romantic.
If you're feeling brave, test the waters by planting a kiss on his cheek next time you're saying goodbye. Keep your lips soft, and angle slightly up toward his ear or down toward the corner of his mouth. Be bold about making eye contact and do it often, especially right before you're about to go in for the liplock.
If you can't help fidgeting, put your hands behind your back so that you look open from the front. If you're not sure that he's getting the point, smile slowly and close your eyes — that should be a huge signal that you're going to kiss him. As you get more comfortable, you can make the pressure more insistent or the kisses faster. You don't have to French kiss to have a great smooch, but it can kick the romance up a notch.
The most important trick to French kissing is to keep your tongue in motion — don't let it just rest limply inside his mouth.

Tell him you love him and make sure he's completely fine with what you're doing or he might get the wrong idea.
She enjoys editing new articles, patrolling recent changes, and interacting in the wikiHow forums. In these cases, an air kiss, in which you brush cheeks and kiss the air near someone's cheek, is a good display of social decorum. Typically, formal events (such as weddings, formal parties, and official ceremonies) that bring together people who are on good terms, but who otherwise don't see each other, is the common setting for air kisses.
Watching the greetings of others can help you gauge for whether or not an air kiss is appropriate.
Before moving in for the air kiss, exclaim your acquaintance's name and smile as you approach him or her.
Aim to bring your lips near their right cheek (unless it's customary in your culture to start with the left). Air kisses between opposite genders are not permitted unless the kissers are closely related or married. To further reinforce a positive interaction without physical contact, smile widely and make an extravagant display of asking how your acquaintance is doing.
We're going to teach you everything we know about who, what, when, where, why, and how to kiss. You can put out some subtle signals that you're angling for a kiss without coming right out and saying it. Keep them softly parted — not so much that you could breathe comfortably through the opening, but enough that you could bite your bottom lip easily.
Keep your lips soft, and avoid puckering like you would if you were kissing a family member. Even if you truly think that your date is an amazing basketball player, now might not be the best time to bring it up. If your date hasn't picked up on any of your hints and you're dying to lock lips, you might as well be straightforward and just ask if you can kiss him or her. Tense puckers are for family members or people you're obligated to kiss, but keeping your mouth slightly parted and soft communicates a sense of openness. Slobbery puppies are the last thing you want your date thinking of while you kiss him or her. Don't just let your hands hang at your sides like two limp fettuccini noodles — put them to good use! Once you're in a lip lock with your partner's lower lip between both of yours, lightly run the tip of your tongue over it. If he or she presses in closer or returns the gesture, you're probably clear to keep increasing the intensity of the kiss. Use light, darting motions and keep your tongue moving — letting it sit limply in your partner's mouth isn't appealing and will bring a quick end to the kissing. Teeth aren't a necessary element of kissing, but a grazing them over your partner's lip can introduce another unexpected element.
It gives your partner the sense that you see him or her as a complete person, and not simply something to kiss. Most mouths just "taste" warm, unless you've recently eaten something pungent (like onions or garlic) or you've just woken up in the morning. If you're nervous about not knowing the right techniques, let your partner initiate what happens during the kiss. As you become more comfortable with kissing, try to take the lead on initiating kisses or working on new techniques.
Since the possibility of a goodbye kiss always beckons—and assuming it’s your desire—it’s best to start getting close sooner than later. As you walk your date to the car, the door, etc., put your hand (or a jacket) on your date’s shoulder or back. If your date angles his or her body away from you or speeds up to create distance, don’t try to complete the goodnight kiss—and don’t let your ego make a fool of you. Making eye contact while standing close is a universally acknowledged indicator that a post-date kiss is about to take place. Trying to plant a kiss by surprise, on the other hand, may result in bumped noses and teeth, a startled pullback, and much awkwardness. When people get nervous, they often compensate by finding anything to talk about, killing the kissing opportunities. If everything is going well but you’re not quite ready to dive into full-blown romantic kissing, lean in for a hug and kiss the person on the cheek. If this is a first kiss with this person—or, more importantly still, a first date—don’t overdo it. Having your lips puckered keeps them tight and somewhat closed, indicating that you're unwilling to open your mouth for more intimacy. If you want to kiss someone on the cheek and that someone is at risk of misinterpreting your intentions, make it clear that you're not going for the mouth by turning your head off to the side before you lean in.
Lean in so that your cheek is touching the side of the other person's cheek, and kiss the air with a few quick and audible puckers. The amount of time your lips spend on the other person's cheek or lips should be limited to whatever it takes to make that kissing noise described in the previous step—nothing more. For example, move their straying hands back to your shoulders, or turn down an invitation to go back to their place.
Naturally you practice good oral hygiene, but if you have any doubts about your breath, take a breath mint shortly before the kiss. Leaning in signals that you want to kiss the person, and tilting your head prevents you crushing your nose against the other person's. In order to gauge how wet your kisses should be, kiss the back of your hand like you would if you were kissing your partner and opening your lips slightly.
As the kiss progresses, you may want to try French kissing, in which you insert your tongue lightly into your partner's mouth and let it dance with your partner's tongue. If things are going well, consider spicing it up a bit by moving your head down to kiss and lightly nibble your partner's neck. You seldom, maybe never, see a great kiss in which the participants just let their arms dangle at their sides.
Some find that a kiss of at least ten seconds in duration will passionately bond two people more than a shorter kiss. Remember that flirting is about showing him you are interested in a sexy and compelling way, so don't be afraid to put yourself out there a little bit.
Whenever you see the object of your future lip-lockery, communicate that you're happy to see him with a little grin. Instead, bow out while it's still interesting so that he'll already be looking forward to the next time he talks with you.
There's no need to go into full makeover mode, but there are a few small things you can do to make yourself more appealing.
Shower at least once a day (and twice if you tend to get sweaty or dirty), wear deodorant, and find a perfume or body spray that smells nice with your individual body chemistry.
Make the extra effort by adding 5 or 10 minutes to your routine in the morning, or try some of the looks in How to Do Simple and Cute Hairstyles.
Making your posture open makes it a lot easier to move in for a kiss and, when you do, he won't be as surprised.

Keep the kiss interesting by changing up the intensity and speed, and try to avoid settling into one technique for too long. But if you are completely sure he wants to, get close to him, look in his eyes, and kiss him. Don't immediately try another kiss, maybe go for the cheek and he might get what you're going for and initiate it. Her favorite article she’s worked on is How to Keep Cats Out of the House, and her favorite article on wikiHow is How to Care for a New Cat. Less formal occasions (family get-togethers, neighborhood barbecue, and casual lunches) may warrant the traditional hug and lips-on-cheek kiss, especially if you see the person you're greeting on a regular basis. Instead, consider distant relatives, friends of your parents, or people to whom you've been introduced by a mutual friend as good candidates for air kisses. For example, if you're approaching an entrance and the host is at the door greeting people, see how he or she is behaving.
If they recoil or tighten up in any way, consider defaulting to a loose hug or shoulder pat instead. However, make sure that your acquaintance is also going for your right cheek to avoid an awkward halt as you both realize your faces are about to crash together. Depending what's customary for the cultural context of the event, it may be appropriate to switch sides and repeat, going in for an air kiss on the opposite cheek.
Air kisses are more popular in large cities, as well as in parts of Quebec and New England. Avoid gum, which you might have to spit out awkwardly if the other person goes in for a kiss. If the other person seems interested, it's probably safe to proceed with a kiss on the mouth. If you want your intentions to be extra clear, aim for the part of his cheek just to the side of his lips. The next sections will discuss some kissing techniques, as well as how to handle kissing in different dating situations such as a first kiss or kissing after a date. Kissing softly and gently gives the other person the chance to stop if it's uncomfortable, as well as allowing you to gauge his or her interest. If your date pulls away, maybe it's best to pull back the tongue for now and stick to lips-only kisses. If you knew you were giving someone his or her first kiss you'd try to be patient and understanding, so expect the same of your partner. Unless you’re both so overwhelmed with desire that you have to kiss right now or the world will end, draw it out. Otherwise, you will find yourself saying your goodbyes with what feels like a chasm between you, making the swoop in for the kiss very conspicuous and awkward. This breaks the touch barrier, gently lets your date know your intentions, and gives you an excuse to stand very close all at the same time. Keep your lips softly parted and either plant a straightforward kiss on your partner’s lips or up the ante by gently locking lips. If they lean closer or linger, you may be able to transition into more romantic kissing; otherwise, end the kiss by pulling slowly back, reopening your eyes to make eye contact, and smiling. Try to plant the kiss squarely in the middle of the cheek so that it's not veering for more romantic areas such as the ear or mouth.
If you have an extreme fear of kissing (due to a traumatic event, for instance), talk to a therapist about it.
If done incorrectly, these kisses can turn out being gross or sloppy, but when performed with skill and feeling, there is no greater expression of desire. Once you've chosen the right moment to kiss someone, there's no turning back, especially if it's your first time kissing that particular person. That doesn’t mean that you have to throw rose petals everywhere and light a hundred candles, but you should be some place without many distractions--that way you can both focus on each other (and your passionate kiss). Then slowly draw your lips away, keeping them close enough to your partner’s lips so that they are almost touching (but aren’t). If the other person follows suit, try slightly varying the openness of your lips (both more and less open) throughout the kiss. In between kisses, gently bite your partner’s lower lip, letting your teeth graze their lip as you pull away. If you look around while kissing, your partner is probably going to feel a little rejected and the passion-o-meter will definitely drop. She enjoys starting articles about real problems she has in life, as well as ones about quirky topics like How to Use Life Hacks.
Step it up a level by smiling at him across a room like this: lock eyes, let the smile spread slowly across your face, then look away. Because compliments traditionally run one way, from guy to girl, it'll make you stand out to him. If you and him aren't on the same page, he probably isn't the one or he's ready for too much too early. She’s proud of having started so many new topics, and she says it’s fun helping to make wikiHow grow bit by bit each day. Family members and close friends might be offended at an air kiss' subtle implication that you don't know them well enough for a hug or a real kiss. If your cousin, who's in front of you, gets an air kiss, and you're no closer to the host than your cousin is, then you're probably going to be expected to give an air kiss. His favorite article he’s worked on is How to Install Software in Ubuntu, and his proudest achievement has been becoming an Admin.
If you notice that your lips are a bit too wet, pull away and discreetly purse them to bring the extra spit back into your mouth. It can be tremendously exciting and sensual to tease the kiss before it happens, keeping eye contact the whole time. Close your eyes as you do to heighten the intimacy and to avoid looking at the pores on your partner's nose.
This lingering will help build the passion, and will really capture your partner’s full attention (pfffft, as if you didn’t have it already).
You can also run your hands through your partner's hair; or caress his or her back, sides, or other parts of the body. No matter what is happening, keep your focus on the kiss and on your partner and let nothing distract you - nothing should fascinate you more than the sensation of kissing. She says, “I love to write, and helping people in the process is killing two birds with one stone.” To new editors she says, “Just try things out! And if they embrace you affectionately or touch your face, prepare to kiss and be kissed, traditional-style.
He appreciates that wikiHow is a great place to connect and collaborate with others, and overall have fun while doing it. If the person doesn't want the kiss, he or she will let you know, but until then, act as though you're a pro.

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