The best places to have hickeys are areas that cannot be seen, since these can be easily concealed with clothing. So go for areas a little lower than the neck area and experiment with other soft spots that will work better for the one receiving the hickey. Let's get started now on how to give your partner a memorable hickey. A common misconception about hickeys is that one's teeth are involved, but in fact it absolutely isn't - you just need to know how to use your lips to get the job done.
Once you choose a nice soft spot, get into a comfortable position that has you and your partner both relaxed when you're giving him/her a hickey. The last thing you want is for this experience to be an awkward one. Make it as natural as possible and slip this in while you get going with your session of foreplay, for it is always better to have someone unprepared than prepared when it comes to the unexpected.
Open your mouth like you would when you kiss, tapering the inner corners of your lips inwardly to form a gentle 'O'.
Press your lips against the soft patch of skin and place a bit of the flesh inside your mouth, sucking it firmly yet delicately using your tongue to lightly lubricate the spot.
Keep sucking this for at least 40 seconds to a minute while of course busying your hands elsewhere; you don't want your partner rigid and still, while he/she waits until you're through.
Keep in mind that firm sucking will break the capillaries underneath turning it into a dark red stain, as time lapses post sucking, where you can ever so coyly bite the same spot in between your sucking motion (I suggest solely to those who aren't successful in planting a visible hickey after multiple trials). It will help you redden the area better, and give you brownie points since like I said, the unexpected is always invited. Plus a little, harmless bite will prove to be worth the slip in provided that you aren't gnawing on it like a rabid mutt.Also be sure to know how to get rid of a hickey, because trust me no one wants a neck full of these the next morning when you have class or work to get to. Now that you know how to give a hickey like you've been there and done that, I hope that when you try it out practically, the receiver won't be disappointed. Practice as they say after all, makes perfect. Just be sure to suggest ways to your partner on how to cover up a hickey should you forget that you aimed for the one area that gets people into trouble - the neck. Nevertheless, if your partner knows how to handle the situation on the flip side, then I guess you're in the clear.
How To Get Rid Of A Hickey
The question remains, once all of that blood is trapped right beneath the skin's surface, how do you get rid of it?
If you catch the hickey soon enough, your can minimize the mark by immediately applying ice.
Surface stimulation will help disperse the blood. Gently rub and massage the area.
Using a comb or a hairbrush to massage the area works better than fingers and hands.
Using any tubular object with a domed end, apply steady pressure over the hickey and twist. It will hurt, but it will help. Lipstick caps, pen caps, and blistex caps work. The goal is to work the blood deeper into the skin.
Utilize turtleneck sweaters, scarves, or makeup to cover it up.
Rub vitamin K into the area.
Apply a warm, moist, used tea-bag as a hot compress. Repeatedly re-wet and re-warm it as needed until the hickey disappears.
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