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How to do Hot Kissing - Making Love using French Kiss

Updated on October 30, 2013


So you are finally ready to have your First Kiss. In case you are feeling shaky or low on that, I promise it will e past after reading this article. I am going to teach you each & everything about how, when, what, where & how much to kiss. So start reading now & start the fun.

Doing French Lip Kissing
Doing French Lip Kissing | Source

Step by Step Kissing Guide-

Before I ever kissed a guy I always wondered how it was done. I wanted to know ALL the details, but mainly "How do I move my lips?!". The only advice I could find was " it will happen naturally...". I was not satisfied and I know that you would not be satisfied if I told you that same old stuff. I had to settle for learning through experience, funny thing is, one thing I've learned is that for the most part, kissing really does come naturally! With the first guy kissing was awkward, and not very enjoyable because I was so nervous, but after him I felt like a pro. So, I will give you all the basic step- by-step instructions and hopefully that will give you the confidence you need to get that first kiss (or second, or third...) behind you so you can start experimenting and trying new things on your own! Here are the steps-
Moving in
Firstly you need to make her feel special by “Moving In”. It starts with making a strong eye contact with her & showing your intents to her. When your eye contact is strong & it automatically indicates your partner that a kiss is about to happen. Then any one of you two will have to lean your face towards the other’s face. It is generally the male partner who takes control over the female one. Remember to Keep your eyes open and maintain eye contact while coming closer. This will prevent you from missing the target i.e. the lips or from having a collision. When your faces are almost close enough to touch, tilt your head a little to the side. If you both go in for the kiss straight-on your noses will bump, with tilted heads your noses will just rub or not touch at all. As a general rule, tilt your head to the left, & this is probably the most natural, hopefully your partner will also tilt their head to their left so you are tilting in opposite directions and won't bump noses. As you will start to tilt your head, slowly close your eyes, and part your lips. It is important to close your eyes, keeping them open will probably weird out your partner. When you are parting your lips then do not open your mouth wide, just part them, as if you were going to take a drink from a cup. You are now about to achieve lip contact. Just hold her tightly & go on.
Lip Contact
Now finally when your lips are about to touch, then your position should be one whereby your upper lip is nuzzled between your partner's lips and your lower lip is just below their lower lip. So, in effect, you have their lower lip between yours and they have your upper lip between theirs. That’s just perfect position. Now the next & final step is to move your lips
Moving your lips
There are many ways to move your lips while kissing. As you become more experienced you will try different techniques and learn new ones both on your own and from your kissing partners. I am going to describe the very basic make-out technique. The motion of kissing is much like if you were giving someone a peck on the cheek. You press your lips on their skin, then pucker your lips, then release...which usually creates a quick suction noise. When making out you are basically giving your partner a series of pecks on the lips, but drawing each one out to last longer. You also do not kiss them then pull away, then kiss them and pull maintain lip contact between and during each drawn out peck.
Love has no Age- Old Couple kissing in park
Love has no Age- Old Couple kissing in park | Source

French Kissing

French Kissing is one of the most romantic kiss to do. It is although not very difficult to do but if it's not done properly, then you can get messed up with it. Bu, don't worry, I am here to teach you the easiest steps for a successful french kiss. Here are the steps-

Step 1
Before you kiss someone, especially if this is the first kiss, make sure that your breath isn't bad and that your mouth is clean.You don't have to brush your teeth just before kissing but don't eat anything spicy either.
Step 2
Face your partner as you would with any kiss. Naturally, you need to be close together. Make sure that you have their full attention.
Step 3
Lean in slowly.Don't rush things. Otherwise you might bump noses or even teeth. Tilt your head to one side as you lean in. You don't have to tilt it by much, just enough to avoid a nose-to-nose accident.
Step 4
Part your lips just before your lips touch your partner's. Don't open your mouth too much. A little will be ok. Make sure your mouth smells good before you kiss him/her.
How to start your French Lip Kissing ?- See this
How to start your French Lip Kissing ?- See this | Source
Step 5
Press your lips together. Start softly and enjoy the kiss. You don't need to stick your tongue right in. Take a second to just press lips slowly. Make him/her feel good.
Step 6
Slowly insert your tongue into your partner's mouth. The best French kissing tip I can give is to not go deep. You don't want to force your presence, just play with their tongue gently. Make sure to move your tongue slowly. Be gentle.
Step 7
Make sure to hold your partner in your arms, either around the back or gently grasp their head. This will increase the sensation. Dont hold her too tightly. Just make her feel gentle & allow her to break down in your arms.
Step 8
Don't take too long and break for air. Then, you will probably kiss again. Congrats !!!!!! You are now an expert French Kisser.
Couple enjoying with French Kiss
Couple enjoying with French Kiss | Source

A Guide to the Different Types of Kisses

Types of Kisses
French Kiss
This is one of the most popular kiss here & the steps to do it successfully have been explained above. French kiss is an open mouthed kiss where one person's tongue touches the other person's tongue. This is also popularly known as the tongue kiss & it's very easy to do but still it may take many years to master in this.
Butterfly Kiss
In Butterfly Kiss you have to be more closer to your partner in a way that your eyelashes touch with your partner's eyelashes. Then while you are kissing your eyelashes blink really fast & it looks like butterfly wings. It is a unique kiss & also very fun to do. In an survey in Italy, this kiss got the 1st rank in preference.
Single-Lip Kiss
This is a amazingly romantic kiss. To do it successfully, you need to take one of their lips between yours and gently suck or tug on it. If you get the kiss right you will send tingles up and down your sweetie's spine.
Spiderman Kiss
Many would not believe but this kiss was evolved from the Spider-man movie in 2002, where the Spidy kisses with is face upside down. So in such case your top lip kisses your partner's bottom lip & vice verse. Do not try any stunt doing this kiss, French Kiss is better for humans.
Earlobe Kiss
Earlobe kiss is a unique & beautiful kiss to do especially when you want a break from the traditional lip kisses. For doing it, You just need to take someone's earlobe lightly between your lips & just kiss it gently. For a even more intense & romantic earlobe kiss, add a little bit of tongue, or use a gentle sucking motion on their earlobe.
Couple having Kiss
Couple having Kiss | Source
Types of Kisses
Lip Gloss Kiss
This is called the Teen kiss also as it is the most preferred kiss between Boyfriends & their girlfriends. You need to put on a healthy bit of lip gloss & then rub your lips on your partner's so that their lips get coated too. For more enjoyment or to surprise your partner, just get a fruity lip gloss flavor before trying this out. It will add on to the enjoyment.
Eskimo Kiss
Here two people rub their noses back and forth against each other. It is based on real kisses that people in Eskimo cultures give their friends. Like the enjoyment is best in French kisses, when your eyes are closed. Similarly, in Eskimo kiss you will enjoy the most when your eyes are closed.
Secret Message Kiss
In the middle of a French kiss, spell out a secret message with the tip of your tongue against their tongue. It might feel a little funny to the other person, but at least you'll be getting your message across.
Technically speaking, it is not a kiss. In-fact it's sort of a red dark bruise type mark which comes on your skin when someone sucks your skin really hard.Hickeys hurt a little to get, but some people think the sucking feels good, especially on the side of the neck. It can be embarrassing to walk around with a hickey, so before you start sucking, get permission first.
Cheek Kiss
As the name suggests, cheek kiss is a closed mouth kiss with your partner's cheek. It is generally used as a friendly kiss where someone wants to thank you or welcomes you or even while saying you a good bye.

That's it. Hope you enjoyed reading this hub. Thanks a lot for the time you have invested in reading my hub. Do leave your feedback below along with your valuable comment. Cheers!!!!

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All the best from my side | Source

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      4 years ago

      Hey thnx i read this n kissed her during the mvie n it was so good that we kissed for almost 15 times

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      5 years ago from Kanpur, India

      I am sure you won't need any of these. It's for the shaky ones.

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      Diane Minton 

      5 years ago from Evansville, Indiana

      Hey no instructions needed!!!! TTY TY hey are you kidding????must be good must read...

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      5 years ago from Kanpur, India

      Pleased to hear that. Thx for commenting.

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      Indian Chef 

      5 years ago from New Delhi India

      That is wonderful hub. Never had I seen any blog teaching you kissing step by step. Voting it up and awesome and useful.


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