Make Your Holiday Kisses More Memorable

The holidays are the height of kissing season. If you're going to be enjoying some seasonal smooching along with your eggnog, here's our guide to making your kisses unforgettable.

Screw the Mistletoe

Who needs the romantic glow of Christmas tree lights and a holiday music soundtrack to share the perfect pucker? Don't overlook the more mundane moments to share the perfect kiss, like waiting for the car to defrost or while you're wrapping gifts. Carpe diem...and da kiss.

Try a Taste of the Season

Kissing a mouth that reeks of stale cigarette smoke or morning breath is not a magic moment. But neither is making out with a mint factory. Next time you're tempted to grab your gum, try experimenting with how your kisses taste after champagne, spiced cider, sugar cookies or a candy cane.

Take in the Sights

Okay, so no one likes a wide-eyed, deep pore examination during a lip lock. But a little self-voyeurism can be super sexy. Open your peepers just a bit for a quick peek at the action. You'll remember it better that way.

Get Tactile

Know how the scent of a new box of crayons or the silky softness of your grandma's tattered quilt can bring back memories? We humans are just more likely to remember things that involve more than one sense. So, while you're smooching, take in the smell of your kissee's fragrance and the feel of their hair and skin under your fingertips.

Enjoy the Moment

You won't remember those fantastic kisses if you're not appreciating them at the time. Forget about finding the time for your last-minute shopping, what present to give your picky aunt in Cleveland and the damage all your decorative lights are doing to your electric bill. Get a little swept away.

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