A good kiss can make or break a date — and, well, it’s just plain fun. Kissing in a relationship can help build closeness and intimacy, not to mention that it’s also good for your health. Whether you’re learning to kiss for the first time or simply looking to up your kissing game, sometimes all we need is a little confidence — and a few tips to point us in the right direction.


1. Send some signals

If you want to kiss someone, let the other person know by dropping subtle — or not-so-subtle — hints. Looking down at their lips, licking or biting your lip, or leaning in ever so slightly can all signal that you’re feeling romantic. Make sure your breath is fresh, and you don’t have any food stuck between your teeth. Maybe consider applying a fresh coat of chapstick to make your lips soft and kissable.

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