If your date doesn’t take these chances, then you’ve got a pretty good indicator that they’re eager to carry on getting to know you – and if it’s them suggesting another drink, then that’s a big green light to go in with a kiss.Some people like to be asked if they can be kissed, and if you’re still not sure how your date feels at the end of the night, then you could always try this more direct approach.Every date has those in-between times when either partner has a good opportunity to make their excuses.After dinner, for example, is a great time to crack our the old, ‘well I’ve got to be up early, so I’d better be heading off’ excuse.) and dim lighting, or my lips are not going anywhere near your face.We all know that not every kiss is going to escalate into a Rom Com-style epic, earth-shaking, mind-blowing make-out.Here’s how to be as sure as you can be that you’re making the right move.It’s the little things that count – the brush of an arm, catching them giving you a coy smile, or even placing their hand over yours at the dinner table.
If it seems like they’re hesitant, don’t assume your date isn’t interested, they may just be shy.
) On a first date you're trying to show someone the best version of yourself, so going in for a kiss at the wrong time could be perilous.
A missed opportunity, however, could hugely put the pressure on.
One of the e Harmony team members once went on a date with a man who decided to kiss her in the middle of a road. We’ll never know why he chose that moment, but it was far from ideal.
Choose a moment when you’re relatively alone and don’t have any distractions – never when your date is going to have to run for a bus or train.