Close your eyes just as you kiss.
When your lips meet, keep them slightly parted.
Press gently against her lips.
Your heads should be tilted so that your lips are angled across each other, not direct face to face.
Give her a small kiss and draw back.
Look into her eyes and carry on holding hands.
Go back for another kiss if you are both ready and excited.
Play this scenario out in your mind a couple of times, and when the time comes, you will kiss like a pro.
Practicing Kissing with Props
To get used to the idea of how your lips will feel, when you actually kiss someone, use your hand.
Make a fist and turn your palm towards you.
Now raise the first two fingers after the thumb, in to the "peace" sign.
Don't spread your fingers in a deep "V", but keep them slightly parted.
Tilt your hand to the left side and pretend you have a set of makeshift lips.
The top finger is the upper lip and the bottom finger is the lower lip.
Now position your lips in such a fashion that your upper lip is nuzzled between your make believe lips and your lower lip is just below your make believe lower lip.
Basically, you have her pretend lower lip between yours and she has your upper lip between her lips.
I call it the interlocking lip lock or the basic lip kiss.
The web of skin between your thumb and first finger.
The back of your hand.
By licking a lollipop.
Or eating an ice cream cone.
Don't just kiss the lower lip. Switch between the top and the bottom lip.
Tilt your head more, so you can kiss even the ends of her mouth.
Stop to withdraw your lips and then gently lick the outline of one lip.
Suck in both her lips together.
Stop kissing and just rub your lips across hers, from one end to the other.
If you want to explore her neck, don't stop kissing. Kiss your way down her throat or shoulder placing short kisses or giving long licks.
If she is enjoying it, she will tilt her head back to give you better access to her neck and shoulders.