Top Tips For The Perfect Kiss


Top Tips For The Perfect Kiss With Kissing Expert and Relationship and Body Language Expert Katia Loisel
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What’s the secret to the perfect kiss? The perfect kiss involves an intoxicating combination of anticipation and excitement, the right setting and mood, technique and genetic compatibility.

However, men and women also have a prewired preference for different kissing techniques and kiss for different reasons. Studies show that while men prefer more tongue, a wet open mouthed kiss and are more likely to initiate a tongue kiss, women prefer less tongue and saliva particularly in short term relationships.

So, to make an unforgettable impression. Start Slow. Take the time to truly connect and build the anticipation before following their lead. Last but definitely not least. Remember the secret to the perfect kiss is to kiss them like they’re kissing you, because that’s how they’d most like to be kissed.


Top Tips for the perfect kiss:


Build the anticipation:

Whether it’s your first kiss or you’ve been together forever, take it slow and build the anticipation so that they’re dying to kiss you by touching, teasing, kissing and caressing your way around their face and erogenous zones.

Follow their lead:

The secret to the perfect kiss is to kiss them the way they’re kissing you because that’s the way they’d most like to be kissed.

Zero in on their most sensitive erogenous zones:

Brimming with nerve endings, our lips are one of our body’s most powerful erogenous zones. For an added burst of sensual pleasure and to stimulate pleasure seeking nerves called C-fibers start with soft, light kiss.

Avoid too much tongue and saliva:

Whilst a hot, sloppy mouthed tongue kiss releases a small amount of testosterone to help get you in the mood, it can be too much of a good thing.

Set the mood:

Researches at Lafayette College found that where you kiss can have a powerful effect on how you rate the smooch and your partner. The study found that kissing in a sterile environment decreased the level of the bonding hormone oxytocin in the women and reduced the level of intimacy women felt with their partner.

About the Author

Katia Loisel is an internationally recognised dating, relationship and body language expert with over 19 years experience in the TV Industry. She is the host of the new TV Show French Kiss: The Art and Science of Kissing, co-author of the bestselling How To Get The Man/Woman You Want and has conducted a widely published five-year global study into dating and mating patterns.

A sought after media commentator, spokesperson and host, Katia has been interviewed over 800 times by media outlets worldwide. Her production credits include programme creation, development and production of various dating and relationship related TV shows for the Australian and US market and a global online ‘how to’ campaign for the dating and relationship market that generated over 12 million views.