What Makes A Kiss Good?
I can tell you where I had my first kiss ever, where I had my worst kiss ever and where I had my best kiss ever. Bustle, and Kevon Owen who is a clinical psychotherapist and relationship counselor, say that there are some things that you can do to make sure that you have a really, really good kiss.
- Make it last about ten seconds, anything less will feel like you're in middle school, and anything more and you might think that you partner wants more than just a kiss from you. Ideally ten seconds is all you need... for a kiss anyway.
- Make eye contact beforehand but close your eyes when you actually kiss the other person! The eye contact before the kiss can give off a sense of vulnerability which is often considered sexy and attractive, but no one ever wants to be stared at when kissing someone, so close those eyes once you decide to go in for a kiss.
- Tilt your head to the right and hopefully your partner will do the same to avoid any awkward nose bumping as you try to kiss them. Not tilting your head at all or mirroring your partner and tilting in the same direction can easily ruin a kiss before the kiss ever occurs.
If you're stressing out about a kiss with your crush, and you're worrying about how it will go that as long as both parties want to kiss each other, that most of the time it usually goes well. Be confident!