Knowing the right time to kiss a girl is tricky. Maybe she's just your friend, maybe she's not ready to kiss yet. To move the relationship from friendship to romance, you must show that you are interested in her as a girlfriend. Starting a kiss is a direct way to show that interest. Make chemistry happen using your body language, be slightly suggestive, there are a thousand ways to trick your crush into wanting to kiss you.
Part 1 of 3: Developing Chemistry
Step 1. Understand the role of mutual connection
Connection (or “chemistry”) is the term used to designate that irresistible attraction between two people; it is what differentiates romance from friendship. The first thing you should do if you're into a girl is to build that chemistry and pique her interest, taking that one step closer to the first kiss.
Don't despair if the connection doesn't happen right away, some couples develop it over time. However, if after a few encounters there is no evolution, it might be better to be a little clearer. Show more affection or have an open conversation about how you feel about her
Step 2. Display your ties
Girls respond chemically to boys' behavior and vice versa. She can respond positively if you demonstrate that you have the ability to emotionally connect with people. For example, demonstrate the intimacy you have with your friends; at a party, chat and tell jokes with them. Remember to be natural, don't push the envelope.
You can also develop bonds with the girl. Do something simple and nice for her, like offering to get her a drink when she gets to the party
Step 3. Speed up the heart
Exciting activities make the face blush and the heart beat faster, as does physical arousal. Take your romantic partner out to do something exciting, like watching a horror movie. Maybe she will touch you, or take your hand naturally in the strongest scenes. This can make a kiss easier later on.
Another idea is to participate in an adventure. Take her to an amusement park and ride the roller coaster. Excellent for quickening the heart
Step 4. Talk about cool stuff
The pleasure of a pleasant conversation can generate feelings such as affection and attraction. Try to keep the mood up whenever they meet, talk about things she likes. For example, if she is about to take a vacation, ask her how her travel arrangements are going.
Ask her about the restaurant she likes the most. In addition to being a pleasant memory, you will know some of her preferences. Two birds with one stone
Step 5. Value privacy
Spending time together with no one around will allow you both to get to know each other better. Distractions like the cell phone, loud music or people around break the mood. Go to a place where there is privacy and comfort. She may not feel comfortable coming to your house at the beginning of the relationship, and you may not feel safe kissing her in public. Consciously choose a place that invites you to kiss.
- Choose activities you can do together such as studying, hiking, or going out to eat. Make it clear that only you will be present to make expectations evident.
- When you are walking home, the “Good night” time will be very opportune.
Part 2 of 3: Adjusting the Sync
Step 1. Pay attention to the environment
Pay attention to whether the place is reserved enough. It's not a good idea to scare her with a kiss in front of a bunch of strangers. For example, if she comes from a more conservative family, she will hardly accept being kissed near her parents.
- Of course there are exceptions and some public kisses can be ravishing. For example, if you support the same team and are watching a game in the stadium, a kiss to celebrate the goal is perfectly acceptable.
- When in doubt, follow your instincts. When a kiss has the slightest chance of being inappropriate, don't try anything.
Step 2. Choose the right time
Just as a kiss in front of a parent can be in bad taste, a kiss at an inappropriate time can also be terrible. Watch her verbal cues and body language to know when the time is right. During a conversation where she is explaining how a professional project works is not a good time. At this time, the ideal is to demonstrate that you are paying attention.
A time when the conversation slows down and you exchange glances might be more appropriate
Step 3. Use your body language to express yourself
The key to synchronizing is recognizing that you are both ready and in the mood for a kiss. Your body will have to demonstrate its intentions and there are many ways to do this.
- Face her. Smile and make eye contact to maintain an open and positive connection. Remember to be authentic, don't force a smile or stare too hard. It's easy to spot when someone is trying too hard, which isn't all that attractive.
- Focus on the conversation and show your interest by agreeing and reacting to what is said.
- Relax your arms and shoulders however you prefer. They can be propped up on the table in front of you, or their hands can be in their pockets to disguise their nervousness.
Step 4. Go beyond the touch barrier
Some people don't mind physical contact. If you haven't touched each other at all, use this to show your interest. You will then demonstrate that you are trying to reach her emotionally and physically. Touch is a great way to flirt.
- Touch her when you laugh at a joke, or come over and compliment her perfume or hair.
- Take her hand lightly when they're laughing. A warm pat on the back with genuine praise is also a good example.
- Dancing can be an excellent idea. Even though the music is lively, dancing is the poetic license of touch – there are plenty of reasons to play while dancing, like holding hands and following the rhythm together. Even better if you look each other in the eye.
Step 5. Check if it is matched by touching her face
Once you've read her posture correctly, move closer with a pat on the face. Touch her chin with the palm of your hand, but only if she's receptive, of course.
- Bring her face close to yours. She might be embarrassed and look away. Be patient and playful and keep paying attention to her.
- If she doesn't like being touched in the face, stop. Don't embarrass her and don't force the kiss.
Part 3 of 3: Giving a natural kiss
Step 1. Be gentle
Don't kiss her hard, in a hurry or in any way. The first kiss will be remembered forever and it had better be enjoyed. Don't get excited, show that you deserve trust by letting her feel at ease.
Before starting, look her in the eye and move closer. Your intuition will show you the best time to take the initiative
Step 2. Don't rush
She may be frightened and react negatively if caught by surprise. Maybe she laughs (which will make the situation worse). Giving her time to prepare will create warm anticipation and she'll know what to expect.
Step 3. Interpret her reaction
If she smiles and blushes, continue flirting or praise her and let her know how you feel; if she is surprised and tense, try to continue the conversation. Don't be nervous or anxious.
- If she backs off, respect her instincts. Give her time to understand what's going on and what she's feeling.
- If she smiles, kiss her again!
- Brush your teeth well and have good oral hygiene. If you don't have time to use a mouthwash, carry gum and mints in your pocket.
- There is no time rule for chemistry to happen. Follow a comfortable pace for both of you. Going too fast might scare her, going too slow will make her think you're not interested.
- always respect her.
- Some girls don't like to kiss with their tongue from the very first kiss. So if she doesn't respond positively, give her a peck and you're done. Show her that when she's in the mood, so will you.