At the end of a first date comes that awkward moment when you must decide if you want to kiss her or not.
Also, if you do kiss her it had better be good to make a favorable impression. It may not be fair, but some single women will judge you on your first kiss as to whether she would be attracted to you want to date you again.
In other words, she must feel some chemistry when she kisses you.
If you are a lousy kisser, then you're going to be a failure at creating good chemistry between you and your date.
Is chemistry important on a first date?
You bet it is! And if you're a great kisser, you're going to turn her on and have an edge on the other guys that date her that are lousy kissers.
So, just exactly what makes a good kisser and kisses that single women that you go out with won't forget? The key is to be soft and gentle and follow her lead...that's all there is to it.
There are many ways that first kiss can go terribly wrong, but most are easily avoided.
Moving too quickly: Be careful not to startle the kissee - watch and wait for the signal to proceed If you aren't sensitive in your kissing, how empathetic and caring can you be about the rest of the relationship...
Wet, sloshy, squishy, fishy: If you or the kissee needs to wipe your lips, or chin, dry after the kiss.
Smash-mouth smothering kiss of death: Avoid the over-passionate, insensitive kiss that leaves the kissee gasping for air.
Chapped, Cactus Lips: There's a delicate balance to lip moisture equation. The last thing you want to do is drool on your partner, but you definitely don't want to leave scars with crispy, chafed lips.
Too much Tongue and Too Much, Too Soon: Keep that tongue tucked away until you get the right signals, and then apply with caution - later
Dragon Breath: A mint or two, breathe saver, gum, and spray - anything to get rid of gunk-mouth.
Weak, Wobbly or Wooden Passionless Pecks: The swoop in and bounce out kiss is simply meaningless - unless you want to impart a "let's just sort-of be friends" type of message.
Smacking, Clacking Loud Kisses: The old "clack and smack" kills romance in a flash.