A low-stakes entry into sensation play, candle play can introduce new kinks to your bedroom and BDSM flavor to foreplay, masturbation, and partnered sex. It can also be an opportunity to learn more about your partner and the sexual intimacy that goes on between you two. And while candles can surely heat up your sexual life and bring new levels of pleasure to your play, there are still some things you should keep in mind.
First of all, it’s important to talk with your partner about how you’re both comfortable and what feels pleasurable. This will help you make sure the play is safe and enjoyable for both of you, suggests Couple. Second, avoid dripping the wax on sensitive areas like the face or genitals. It can be painful and potentially dangerous. Start off dripping wax from a good arm’s length away from the body, gradually moving it closer until you can feel it on your partner’s skin. Clustering lots of drips close together can also raise the temperature and add to the sensation.
Ready to get started? Here’s what you’ll need! You’ll need a wax warmer with an electronic thermometer, which will let you know when the wax is ready. For soft waxes, it takes around 20 minutes to reach the optimal temperature. If you’re using a hard wax, like paraffin, it will take about 30 minutes to heat up. Once it’s hot enough, it’s time to turn the temperature down and use the Nova tablets in the warmer to cool it down. Then when the temperature is right, your wax should be runny and melt into a consistency that looks like honey but is still firm and sticky. This will help you apply it to your skin with ease. And while you may need to try a few different temperatures, we promise you’ll eventually find the one that works best for you.
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