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what is the
1. These kind of kisses get any one in the mood if they find you attractive.
2. They ease tension & improve mood.
3. They're fun!
4. They're value is high because so few people use them to set the mood for sex.
5. The feel good EVERY WHERE. No part of the body is immune to this sensation.
How do you do it right?
2 mistakes to avoid
1. Do not keep the pressure of the kiss the same.
2. Do not keep kissing in the same location for more than a few seconds.
Tip 1: Vary the amount of pressure. You have to do a mixture of pressures. Most people just kiss away without much thought, and the nerve endings quickly get used to the feeling, and therefore, your kisses are no longer having an effect.
Softly grazing the lips over the area, and then kissing with a little more force and with the lips and tongue. Then just the tongue. You can also blow cooling air on to the area when it's wet for a new sensation.
Tip 2: Keep it moving. When you move your mouth around to new areas, the sensations follow. You can go back to an area you've already kissed after 10 or more seconds has passed. Figure eights are a great way to be sure you're moving around the body.
Tip 3: You can use your hands to caress and tickle a different area from where you are kissing. If you are kissing the side of his/her abs. then simultaneously graze your fingertips around the top outer thigh area.
WARNING: avoid the inner thigh because it can be overly sensitive and could have the opposite effect from what you'd like. If you do touch the inner thigh, only do so very quickly and lightly to avoid a "jump" If you're partner jumps from being tickled, you've LOST the entire mood. Some lovers think "Oooh I got a reaction!" when their partner jumps or pulls away. That's not a good thing. You want to keep the mind seduced and relaxed. If they jump, you just shook them out of the trance you had them in.
Now you know how to use seductive kisses and use them well. BUT how do you know WHO to use them on? Well you need to know crazy when you see it, so you NEED the book. Click HERE to get your copy of the handbook.
Author: Jessica Bordelon
Passionate, powerful, & gentle, she is an artist that captures the strength , power & energy of femininity in its purest form.