Perfecting a close-lipped kiss
Start off slow
To begin your kiss keep your mouth closed. You don’t want to rush your partner or seem overly eager. Start off with a few,slow,gentle kisses,lingering on your partner’s lips each time.
Keep things interesting by repositioning your lips in between each kiss.
Look up into your partner’s eyes in between kisses.
After the first kiss, draw back very slightly and look at your partner. This allows you be able assess if they are in to the kiss to and you should keep going. Nevertheless,you can take a moment to heighten the romance by looking into your partners eyes and making s small gesture,like putting your hand behind his or her neck and drawing your partner into another kiss.
Consider putting your arms around your partner
Kissing is an intimate experience ,while leaning for a kiss in the beginning is normal,standing sort of far away with your lips touching might come across as a bit odd. Once your partner is receptive to you kisses,move closer and make more physical contact.
Don’t forget to breathe
Since your mouth is occupied,you will need to breathe through your nose while kissing. If you are not getting enough air that way,then pull your face away from yor partners every once in a while to catch your breath. Make sure to keep the kiss though!