How to do a Striptease
Are you looking for something new and exciting to entice your partner?
Whether you want to work them into throes of desire before you get down
and dirty or hope to leave them frustrated and wanting more, you can be
sure that a strip tease will do the trick. The fun event can be as basic
as removing your clothes in front of your partner, but for the best results,
borrow tricks from the professionals in this form of art. Here is a step-by-step
guide and some useful tips on how to do a striptease, from the best of
The first step to how to do a striptease is deciding what you are going
to remove from your body. You can choose to be yourself or opt to create
a character for your performance. If you prefer the former, select colors
and lacy garments or exotic
lingerie you know your partner likes on you. Settle for items that
are easy to peel off slowly and will add excitement to the process of
teasing. For instance, a dress or skirt wins over pants or jeans, which
are more difficult to remove in a sexy fashion. Wear stilettos and fish
net stockings, do your hair in a ‘come-to-me’ style –
pull your hair to one side to produce a sexy look and make your neck vulnerable.
If you prefer to create a stage persona for the fun of it, select a character
that you think will turn your partner on. It could be anything from nurse,
cocktail waitress or stewardess to glamour star Marilyn Monroe, whatever
will make a greater impact on your partner. If you are without a clue,
fish around in advance in order to get an idea of his fantasies, without
giving your intentions away of course. Now go get that outfit.
Choosing the Music
Even if you are not sure on how to do a striptease, you surely know that
slow and sensuous music is necessary to set the mood. If you have opted
for a character role, then you might want to choose music that is appropriate
for your character. Either way, make sure you have plenty of suitable
tracks prepared in successive order on your music player of choice so
as not to run out of music too early in the game.
Choosing the Moves
Your moves should first and foremost be based on the sexiest way to peel
off the clothes that you are wearing. While you could settle for stopping
at the underwear, most of the ‘how to do a striptease’ guides
recommend that you remove everything but the stilettos – these you
should keep on for the way they elongate your legs and create a sexy body
The entire striptease, from start to finish, can be done without props,
but to bring in a few makes it interesting. However, you must be at ease
with whatever you choose. The chair is arguably the easiest one, as several
postures and moves can be executed with it, such as leaning on the back,
sitting open or cross-legged, draping your body over the seat, etc. But
do not limit yourself to it; you can also try something more exotic like
pole-dancing or lap-dancing. You can rehearse your choreography beforehand,
or simply improvise. Remember to maintain an inviting eye contact with
your partner at all times.
Set a Sexy Scene
Choose a location in which you are sure not to be disturbed – be
it your bedroom or living room, remember to close the drapes! Place any
props you need in the room beforehand, as well as a comfortable chair
on which your partner will be seated. Dim the lights low in order to create
a moody atmosphere. Alternatively, kill the lights completely and go for
several scented candles. A glass of wine is a nice way start the event.
Why a Striptease?
The striptease should not only be for your partner’s benefit, but
also for your own sheer enjoyment. It is important to make it fun, for
in doing so, you are bound to come off as even more tantalizing. The idea
behind a striptease is this: ‘Look but do not touch!’ Hence,
your lover will be driven mad with desire. If you think your partner will
not stick to this rule, you might want to tie his hands to the chair with
scarves before you get started. This will also allow you to get up close
and personal with your partner, without violating the boundaries. Smiles
and laughter are usually a turn-on. So have fun!
Written by Candis Hale
Candis provides online content for the Female
Orgasm Secrets website (www.femaleorgasmsecrets.com).