The French kiss is a magic that increases mutual trust between partners and is a prelude to intimate relationships. A French kiss necessarily involves touching the tongues of partners and lasts, as a rule, from 3 to 5 minutes. In this case, partners must breathe through the nose.
We start with soft and gentle kissing with a closed mouth. Try not to put pressure on your partner, do not worry and relax your lips as much as possible.
Then smoothly try to spread the lips of your partner with your tongue, making rotational movements in a spiral. Your heads should be tilted in different directions, in this position, the noses do not interfere. Try not to work the language intensively, especially at the beginning.
Then put your tongue back, check if they answer you. This is a very important point - to feel the response of your partner. Continue rolling with your tongues. Enjoy, but be sure to pay attention to your partner's reaction when starting a new action. Run your tongue along the walls of his mouth, teeth.
Stretch out your tongue towards your partner's tongue, start touching and playing with the tips of your tongues. Don't stick your tongue out too far.
Very carefully and gently try to grab your partner's tongue with the tips of your teeth, while keeping your lips parted.
Opening your mouth slightly, begin sucking gently on your lower lip. The lips can be alternated, in between biting the partner's tongue or making rotational movements with the tongue.
At this stage, if done correctly, you should already feel sufficient excitement and it's time to move on to aerobatics of the French kiss - only tongues are in contact, lips do not touch each other and are at a minimum distance.
Try to diversify your kiss, return to gentle nibbling of the tip of your partner's tongue, rotational movements of the tongue. With complete mutual trust, try sucking on your partner's tongue.
Pull in your tongue and make it clear to your partner that you are ready for initiative on his part. This will give your game a new twist. You run away - they catch up with you and vice versa.
A French kiss usually ends like this: you slowly remove your tongue, close your mouth, kiss your partner with a “dry” kiss on the lips. Don't pull away right away so as not to emotionally shock your partner.
Remember! After a properly executed French kiss, you should feel aroused and a little breathless. And most importantly, a French kiss needs a partner you really care about.