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How to Kiss a Boy?
Locking lips with a cute guy might seem intimidating, but it’s easier than you think! 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). Here’s what to do.
Break the kiss barrier (optional). If you’re feeling brave, test the waters by planting a kiss on his cheek next time you’re saying goodbye. You’re probably clear to kiss him on the lips later if he seems to like it.
Don’t just give him a quick peck. Keep your lips soft, and angle slightly up toward his ear or down toward the corner of his mouth. He’ll get the message.
Lock eyes. Be bold about making eye contact and do it often, especially right before you’re about to go in for the liplock. Make sure that your eyes are settled on him and aren’t distracted . Not only does looking deep into his eyes seem romantic, it also communicates that you’re honest and sincere.
Keep your body language open. How you carry yourself can tell him a lot about how you feel. 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. Try these:
Don’t fold your arms, twiddle your thumbs, or clasp your hands together. If you can’t help fidgeting, put your hands behind your back so that you look open from the front.
Orient your body toward him. If you’re standing, keep your toes pointed at him. If you’re sitting, point your knees.
Don’t try to hide your nervousness. If you’re blushing, fidgeting or twirling your hair too much, let it happen! Obvious signs that you’re anxious mean you like him a lot, and he’ll probably know to take it as a compliment.
Get close. Find an excuse to sit or stand close to him, and lean in so that your face is inches away from his. As you do this, maintain eye contact.
Keep your lips light and soft (at first). When you first make contact, lightly graze your lips over his. Try to keep your pressure light and your movements slow and gentle. If it seems like he’s enjoying it, you can ramp it up in a little bit.
Put your hands to good use. Don’t just let your hands sit there — use them to make the kiss better! Try these moves:
Rest them on his shoulders, hips or chest, or on the sides of his face.
Tangle your fingers up in his hair.
Use your hands to pull him closer.
Mix it up. As you get more comfortable, you can make the pressure more insistent or the kisses faster. Keep the kiss interesting by changing up the intensity and speed, and try to avoid settling into one technique for too long.
Ease into French kissing (optional). You don’t have to French kiss to have a great smooch, but it can kick the romance up a notch. Here’s how to get it started:
Open your mouth slightly. Part your lips enough that you could comfortably get your tongue through them.
Lightly run your tongue over his lower lip. Keep the contact brief, no more than a second or two, then pull your tongue back. If he’s interested, he might do it back to you.
Tilt your head to the side a bit. French kissing is easier if one person’s mouth is tilted significantly sideways. This prevents your noses and teeth from bumping.
Leave him wanting more. Ending the kiss before it gets boring is the best way to leave off. If you stop while it’s still fun, he’ll instantly be looking forward to next time. Pull back, look into his eyes, and smile.
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