When she tells you something personal, show your interest by briefly placing your hand on her arm or shoulder.
Take a little time to get to know and like each other first. It’s important to develop a personal rapport before you take it to the next level.Then softly pull away and continue the conversation where you left off. She could have been caught off guard or just isn’t ready yet. Work on building deeper trust and attraction and try again later.Take the chance and kiss her, you may be surprised with the results.It puts pressure on her since she knows it’s coming and builds it up way too much.
You’re better off by surprising her with a spontaneous kiss. After the date has been going well for a while (at least half way), simply stop talking and look directly into her eyes.
You're better off trying out some of those first and holding your tongue till you've had a little more kissing experience.
Kisses don't go on and on forever like they do in the movies. Kissing isn't a distance race; there's nothing wrong with a first kiss that's short, sweet and leaves them dying for more.
No one's perfect at kissing the first time they try it. Your kissing partner will be nervous, too, even if it's not their first kiss.
And if you both like each other, what happens during the first kiss won't matter: you'll still share lots more kisses in the future. In fact, of all the different kinds of kisses out there, some of the best kisses don't use any tongue at all.
It’s the pinnacle moment where you officially cross over from a platonic relationship to something more personal. The progression to the kiss has to feel natural to both you and her.