How to Give a Hickey

How to Give a Hickey

How to give a hickey - Also known as a love bite or kiss mark, hickey is a mark of passion. It is not specific to any gender. Giving a hickey is an art and it should be done in the correct way, so that you don’t hurt your partner mentally or physically in any way. Hickey is a mark which will stay on your partner’s body for at least a couple of days; therefore, you should give a hickey only when you have your partner’s consent.

Some of the fundamentals ways in which you can give someone a hickey are:

Prepare your Partner Well

 Do not spoil the fun for your partner by directly giving him/her a hickey. Since it is a mark of passion, start with soft and gentle activities like deep kisses. Keep kissing your partner at all the places that he/she enjoys the most and give a hickey only when your partner is ready for it. Whisper sweet-nothings into each other’s ears, so that both of you enjoy the intimate moments together.

How to Gently Give a Hickey

This is one of the most important questions that you should ask your partner. Usually hickeys are given on the front and back side of necks, throat, shoulder, collarbones etc. Check with your partner and decide on the place where you want to leave your mark on his/her body. Then, place your lips gently on this area and seal your mouth tightly over this part. Once both of you are ready, suck your partner’s skin now. Use your lips more and your teeth less.

Once you have sucked hard enough to leave a mark, plant a few kisses on this area as an act of rubbing the pain caused by your hickey. Though hickey is a process that involves lots of passion and aggression, it should also be done as sensually as possible, so that your partner is not in pain.



1.Keep your teeth out of the way. You don't want them digging painfully into your partner's skin.
2.Break up the sucking. If 30 solid seconds of hickey-making strikes you as too weird, try 10 seconds, some kissing, then another 10 seconds in the same spot, and so on.
3.Control the amount of spit in your mouth.

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