Step 3: Kissing techniques.
A perfect first kiss should be less raging thunderstorm and more slow sunrise. You want to work-up a little excitement, not just go crazy from the first second. Think soft, short gentle movements and focus your attention on creating a rhythm together. It's like a kind of dance with your mouth, a silent conversation that only your mouths understand. As you get better at it, the dance gets a lot more exciting!
Step 4: Leave them wanting more.
Every situation is different, but it's always a good idea to leave them wanting more. If it feels right, let your perfect kiss last anywhere from 5-to-10 seconds. That's enough time to start feeling pretty heated without them seeing the whole show.
Step 5: The perfect end.
If you feel like you've reached a peak, start to slow it down. Stop using your tongue and slowly move your head away from his. Make sure you seal the deal by making sweet eye contact and you'll probably find you're both smiling or laughing happily. Both of these things will reassure him that what just happened was really, really awesome. You can even tell him he's a great kisser or you just enjoyed what happened, which is a really nice way to wrap it up. But hey, don't forget if it's not all that and doesn't blow your mind, that's OK too! Maybe you both need more practise or it's just not that hot and exciting. It's all good!