1.You get rave reviews. The first clue is also the most obvious: The best endorsement of your kissing style will be word of mouth – specifically, from the person you just kissed. If someone, unprompted, feels the need to compliment you on a kiss, then you’re probably good at smooching. 2.You kiss often. If you like something, you want to do it over and over and over again. It’s safe to say that if you really are a talented kisser, people will be coming back for more if they kiss you once. If your kissing partners always seem happy to kiss you again, then rest assured that you’re probably at least a little talented 3.You kiss for a long time. If your marathon make outs go for hours, chances are you’re a good kisser. Good news for you: People who get more into kisses are scientifically proven to be better kissers. 4.You’re confident. Good kissers know that they’re good, so they aren’t afraid to sweep their partners off their feet. Having confidence means that you don’t make things awkward when going in for a kiss. You use deliberate movements and kiss with intention. Of course, kissing can be a nerve-wracking thing to do, so we can’t all be so debonair all of the time. But if you can at least fake it and appear to stay calm, you’ll be sure to make each kiss a good one. 5.You’ve mastered multiple types of kissing. Just like outfits, there’s a kiss for every situation. You wouldn’t kiss someone the same way on the first date as you would when you’re on a family trip with relatives. Being able to read the situation and find out what kind of kiss is appropriate will set you apart. In the same vein, mastering different types of kissing will help you even in more intimate settings. No one wants to be kissed the same way every time. Having loads of kissing types in your arsenal – from sweet and romantic kisses to passionate and hot make-out sessions – keeps things interesting and shows that you’re really a pro at this whole thing. 6.You’re not afraid to use your hands. Being good at getting your hands involved while kissing someone is like being able to walk and chew gum at the same time – sounds easy, but one wrong move can trip you up. .