A kiss has many names- A formal kiss. A passionate kiss. A goodbye kiss. A thank you kiss. International Kissing Day aims to embrace this day without caring about anything else in the world. So just zip it and pucker it! No conventions, no social norms, just a kiss.
Do you remember your first kiss? Isn’t it still one of the most cherished and delighted moments?
A kiss is a way to communicate, to remind your loved ones you still love them. International Kissing Day started in 2006 in UK and gradually spread through the World to celebrate the love and affection shared between lovers, and, to acknowledge this piece of act openly in our society.Events are being organised all over the world to celebrate International Kissing Day.
Here are 5 kissing styles you could try on International Kiss Day:
- Butterfly kiss: In this kind of kiss, two people bring their faces close to each other’s and one moves their eyelashes gently across their partners’ face. This kind of kiss and it’s intimate gesture is for those madly infatuated or in love with each other and want to explore more.
- French Kiss: The French Kiss involves plenty of tongue action and techniques. While it derives from passion, romance and spontaneity, better is to just go with the flow. 😉
- The Eskimo Kiss: In this kind of kiss two noses rub up against each other oscillating back and forth. It’s affectionate and often given from a parent to their child. The Eskimo Kiss is believed to be the romantic option for those who live in cold climates, otherwise there are chances of lips getting stuck together. Like duh!
- Single Lip Kiss: A subtle single lip kiss is where you suck and sandwich their lip between yours at the same time. This is a suggestive kiss that lets the reciprocate know that you are very into them.
- Earlobe Kiss: This all encompassing kiss is targeting an erogenous zone for most so it’s kind of a big deal. You accomplish this by gently kissing or nibbling the ear on the earlobes. Known to be one of the most romantic and intimate kisses between lovers.