16 BEST HOT KISSES TO HEAT UP THE MOOD
Kissing seems like the easiest thing to do, but it is actually very important to keep it real good. As the most basic foreplay, you don’t want to ruin it from the first step, right?
By the time, doing it more makes us lose the art of makeouts. We often get too rushed out to jump into the next sesh—that may not happen—if you do it incorrectly.
To do it right,Agency listed the 16 hot kissing moves to heat up the session
FIRST THING FIRST
If you’re about to kiss someone for the first time, make sure you’re reading the situation correctly by asking verbally. From there, moving in a bit closer, cupping your partner’s cheek—or try both. Because, yes, consentis sexy.
Don’t rush it. Dip your head—or gently guide your partner’s face to the side. A little bit of eye contact can help make the initial movement less awkward.
Ease into it
Start the kiss with slow, gentle, and light pressure. Want to stretch it out longer? Try varying pressure slightly, or shifting your focus from their top lip to the bottom lip. Less is definitely more.
Keep your mouth relaxed
Don’t force your pucker or kiss too hard. Keep it simple! Most people tend to kiss in a way they enjoy, and it should always be an exchange—not one person running the show.
Use your hands
Try slipping your hands around your partner’s neck, putting one in their hair, or one of each. If there’s a height difference, you can always rest your hands on your partner’s hips or lower back—don’t overthink it!
TO MOVE FROM A CLOSED-MOUTH TO AN OPEN-MOUTH KISS
Start with the tip of the tongue
Nobody likes saliva all over their face. Instead, start with brief, gentle touches with the tip of your tongue to theirs.
Don’t attempt to shove your entire tongue into their mouth
Not only it is a drool fest, an unexpected tongue in your mouth is the least sexy thing ever.
Find a natural rhythm
Make sure to breathe (obviously), and find what feels good for both you and your partner. When in doubt? Ask!
TO MAKE IT INTO A FULL MAKE-OUT SESH
Pay attention to body language
Not everyone uses verbal cues, which means you have to pay attention to see what’s working.
Gradually increase the intensity
Gradually build up the kiss into something more, and don’t be afraid to tell your partner what you like (or don’t like), too. Communication, even nonverbal, is key.
Make eye contact between, or even during, kisses
If you do make eye contact mid-kiss, it’s better to keep it short unless you know your partner prefers intense eye contact.
Take a break from their lips
As the kiss is heating up, don’t be afraid to switch up locations. A good kiss might involve a series of kisses along their jawline, collarbone, or even on their earlobe.
If you’re going to bite, be gentle
Not everyone is comfortable with using teeth during a kiss, which means it’s better to stick to a gentle tug on the lips.
TO HEAT THINGS UP EVEN MORE
Not every kiss needs to lead to oral or penetrative sex. Whether you’re kissing as a part of foreplay or simply enjoying the act, make sure you talk to your partner about different forms of intimacy and what makes you comfortable.
Once you’re ready to build your kiss further, eliminate the space between you and your partner. Physical proximity can be amazing, and it helps make the next few tips even better.
Get to know your partner’s different erogenous zones, like the ears or neck, and pay attention to their reactions to see where they’re most sensitive and responsive.
Use your hands more
Kissing is a full-body experience! Don’t be afraid to hold your partner close, run your hands through their hair, or stroke their arms, back, or whatever body part(s) they like.