How to Kiss a Guy
Have fresh breath and a clean mouth
You can start by practicing good dental hygiene. Brush your teeth regularly (don’t forget to brush your tongue) , floss, and use mouthwash.
Carry breath mints with you if you think there is even a slight chance you will be kissing. Avoid chewing gum. It isn’t as good at masking bad breath and it will also cause you to salivate more than normal - definitely not a good thing for French kissing.
Avoid foods with a strong or unpleasant aftertaste. Some especially bad offenders are spicy foods, garlic, onions, milk, coffee, and alcohol. Do we even have to mention how nasty Cigarettes are?
Don’t wear dark lipstick
Leaving red smears all over his face can be a mood killer for both of you. Plan ahead and wear a non-sticky lip gloss or flavored lip balm.
Flirt, flirt, flirt!
If you want to end the night with some lip-locking, you’ve got to let him know that you’re into him. Smile a lot and let him know you’re having a good time. Touch him and hold his hand. If you have an excuse to give him a hug, go for it.
Even if you are nervous, keep your posture open and relaxed. Otherwise he might take your nervousness for standoffishness.
Pick your moment
Guys love kissing, but they’re usually not sure if you want too or not. That’s a lot of pressure. If you know the timing is right, but he’s to shy to do anything, give him kiss on the cheek or a peck on the lips. If he seems happy about that you can go in for a bigger kiss.
You could also just come right out and ask him why he hasn’t kissed you yet. Just make sure you do it in a flirty, playful manner. Of course, that’s being pretty brave, but guys love it when a girl isn’t afraid to say that she wants to be kissed.
Tilt your head slightly
As you lean in slowly for the kiss, angle your head slightly so you don’t bump noses with him. If he’s already tilting her head in one direction, tilt yours to the opposite.
Close your eyes
As you get closer to his face, close your eyes. You should do this for a couple of reasons. For one, it can be kind of a turnoff looking at two huge crossed eyes up close. Closing your eyes also heightens the physical sensations and makes the kiss more pleasurable and intimate.
Start with a soft, closed-mouth kiss
When your lips meet keep your mouth closed but your lips relaxed. Hopefully he’s a decent kisser and won’t meet you with his mouth wide open.
Open your lips slightly
After the initial kiss, try opening your lips a bit. Not a lot, just enough so that you could breathe out of your mouth if you wanted too.
Try slightly varying the openness of your lips as you kiss. It’s not exactly rocket science and you’ll get used to it real quick.
Use your hands
Don’t just let your hands hang at your sides. He’ll think you’re not into the kiss at all. Touch his back or face if you want too. If you’re concerned that he might grope you as you’re kissing, you can hold onto his hands.
Use your tongue
So the kiss is going great and you want to take it up a notch?
Try opening your mouth a little more and gently putting your tongue in his mouth. Tongues are very sensitive so the act of touching them will be very stimulating for both of you.
Keep the touch of your tongue and lips soft. Don’t probe madly around with a super stiff tongue or move it around wildly.
Don’t forget to breathe
Forgetting to breathe is one of the most common errors in French kissing. Remember to breathe softly through your nose. Otherwise, you might have to dramatically pull away gasping for air. Not cool.
As you get more and more experienced with French kissing, you’ll get better and better. Soon you’ll develop your own style and also be able to adapt to his much easier. If you practice enough, French kissing your guy will be as easy and comfortable as giving him a hug.