A kiss on the lips is probably going to be the first intimate thing that you do with your partner. Kisses on the cheek are a commonplace (not for us Muslim of coz..) greeting between friends and family, but a kiss on the lips is something that's generally reserved for lovers.
After the genitals, the lips are the most sensitive part of the body. They're full of nerve ending and can give and receive hours of pleasure.
Some couples seem to fit together well and kissing immediately feels perfect between them. Others have to work at it, and it's one of those activities that's often hard to encapsulate easily in words so becoming a better kisser is often a case of trial and error.
The key to perfect kissing is to start gently and explore. If your partner reciprocates then, continues, if they draw back, then do something else. Here are some popular techniques:
Start by gently exploring your partner's lips with your tongue and as the open up, gradually increase the depth and urgency of your exploration.
You have to be very, very gentle with this one. Gently caress your partner's lips and tongue with little bites.
This is when you gently peck your lover over and over again. As well as being sensual it can also be ticklish and stimulating.
Suck on your partner's lips or tongue, or even teasingly draw their breath through your mouth.
Gently and teasingly kiss your partner on the cheeks, the chin, the eyelids, the nose-in fact anywhere but the mouth. It'll only be a matter of time before they pull you to their lips.
Remember kissing isn't just for lips. Being kissed all over can be wonderfully intimate and playful way of moving from romance to seduction.
P.S: To ensure you're kissable, keep your lips soft and smooth; always ensure your teeth are clean and your breath is fresh.