When to kiss a girl while dating dating advice for college guys
Before going for the first kiss, you must have done most if not all of the flirting moves with a woman. If you haven't done most of these things, don't even consider the first kiss. You can test her readiness by gauging her responses to casual and romantic touching. It's when your fingers touch her when you give her a cup of coffee, or when you touch her arm or back to guide her to the table you've selected.
Casual touching is ambiguous; you might be touching her as a friend, or you might be touching her as a potential lover. If you are touching and holding her hand, or rubbing her arm, or keeping your hand on any part of her body for more than a few seconds, you are touching her romantically.
It's these between spaces that will tell you her level of interest. If, as you move toward her, she backs away, she probably doesn't want to kiss you.
Her enthusiasm will be shown in her overall demeanor, but it's best shown in the time between one activity and the next.
If she does respond positively, touch her for longer periods of time.
If she gets more relaxed and animated, if her skin flushes, or her eyes get shiny and reflective, these are all signs of positive response.
Like casual touching, hugging is something you can usually get a woman to accept just by doing it.
When you hug a woman and don't make a big deal out of it, much of the time she'll just assume that you are a guy who hugs, and not make a big deal out of it either.
If you keep it short, it won't scare her, and you'll be able to gauge her response. If she seems to want to get away, then you know you have more work to do in making her feel romantic feelings. If she leans into the kiss, and smiles, she's into it, and will be receptive to your lip-kiss later.