How to Kiss a Girl Properly - 4 Steps to a Kissing Sensation

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In reality, it is completely possible to snag that first kiss on the first date. However, you need to learn several tactics first. First and foremost, you need to know all about the female body language. Find out if she responds to you and whether she wants to get more intimate with you. Once you can read her body language and see that she is completely comfortable around you, you can go in for the kiss.

How To Kiss A Girl Properly - 4 Steps To A Kissing Sensation

Step 1: The Position. If your girl seems to be comfortable around you and has no problem with you taking her hand, this would be the ideal time to move in for that kiss. If she is comfortable, you will know that she is definitely ready to be kissed.

Step 2: The Comfort Level. Be vulnerable around her and talk to her sweetly. Share intimate and personal secrets with her and she will get weak in the knees. This would be another great opportunity to go in for the kiss.

Step 3: The Connection. You need to establish some sort of physical bond you're your girl before making your move for the kiss. Create eye contact, stare at her lips, and move closer.

Step 4: The Flirting. Flirt a little bit at the beginning of the date to set an overall tone for the rest of the night. This might help the both of you in getting more comfortable with each other. The minute you are both comfortable in each other's presence, there will be fewer chances of rejection when you boldly try to get closer for that kiss.

Lastly, several guys have made use of the hypnosis tactic called fractionation. It is a very exact science that can almost guarantee that special first kiss to end your night. However, you need to make sure that you make use of this tactic with the utmost caution.

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This article was published on 2010/03/26
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