It's impossible to kiss someone unexpectedly - only sooner than you thought. A kiss can be a comma, a question mark or an exclamation point. - Mistinguette
From butterfly kisses to vacuum kisses, there is a kiss for every mood and occasion, but the how where and when, well those take some time to learn. For instance, there's the ever popular 'should I kiss on the first date' question. I say if your fine with kissing then its ok, if you not, then don't. Only you can determine your comfort level in this regard.
The most sought kissing tips are usually those about tongue kissing: but let us not jump too far ahead yet, there are other things to consider first. Number one is good breath, there is nothing worse then you're first kiss being tainted with the memory of that garlic your date had for supper. Always brush your teeth before you go on a date, and if you're going to be eating make sure you bring along some mint or breathe freshener. Number two, you want your lips to be moist before you kiss, run your tongue along your lips once, don't wear to much lip chap or lipstick or the kiss will be gooey. For the third and last pre kissing, one of the kissing tips consider head positioning, you will want to stand close to your partner, and as the two of you move in, tilt your head gently to one side. That way, your lips will meet either at an angle, making it easier to kiss because you have those noses out of the way.
Furthermore, people always wonder whether they should have their eyes open or closed. Are there any kissing tips useful and explaining that? Open eye kissing can be very erotic as it provides visual stimulation, but if your not comfortable with this, or unsure as to the other persons feelings, then it's best to kiss with your eyes closed. I've heard several variations on kissing with your eyes open, from the meaning that they don't care about you, to they meaning that they find you so attractive they can't take their eyes off you.
For the advance kisser, these kissing tips can be a nice refresher but now on to a hat and steamy favorite, the French kiss, kiss in...Well, first, your body should be relaxed, and you lips should be relaxed, or it will be like kissing a corpse for your partner. Next - your mouth should be slightly open, but not gaping, if you're unsure as to how open, your mouth should be try saying "pear". Again, you do not want to kiss from straight on, otherwise your noses will touch and get in the way of the tongue on tongue action. To get an idea as to how far your tongue should emerge, say "alfalfa". Do not stick your tongue all the way out, or the other person will feel more like you are gagging them then kissing him. Remember to keep your tongue active with little swirl motions, massaging your partners tongue gently, not letting it lie in their mouth limply. You may want to explore the different ways of using your tongue, try running it over your partners lips using just the tip of your tongue.
(Bonus kissing tip on how to tongue kiss: When tongue kissing, use the tip of your tongue to lick the roof of their mouth, it'll drive them wild, vary your speed depending upon the desired intensity of the reaction.)