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Makeout mishaps (don't let these happen to YOU)


 
When you’re falling for your dream boy and everything’s going well, you're prob still worrying about messing up your makeout sesh. Need a few tips? Here’s how to avoid the awkwardness.

 

Private place. When you’re caught up in the moment, the rest of the world tends to take a back seat. Be sure no one’s snooping and avoid makeout sessions in public places, 'cause that could get totally OMG-embarrassing.

 

Not just cooties. Especially during flu and cold season (aka alllll winter), make sure he seems healthy, and suggest holding off on locking lips if you’re not feeling too well. A sick day following a makeout sesh is def something to avoid.

 

Brace face. If both of you have braces, here’s the cold hard truth: It is possible for them to get locked! No matter how great a kisser, no one wants to be stuck there forever, so just be careful and take things slow.

 

Keep it clean. Slow your roll if the lips are getting a little messy. No one wants a drooly face. Ew!

 

What makeout mishaps are you stressing about? Blog about it, babes.

BY CAROLINE CASSARD ON 1/13/2013 12:00:00 AM

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