Strip Tease

Want to have a strip tease before your massage?

The is one of the most sexiest ways to start off a massage session.

Let us tell you why...

Performing a striptease for your partner is a wonderful way to get them (and yourself) in the mood!

It can help you recapture the flirty excitement the two of you felt during the early days of your courtship.


Here are some tips for putting on the best possible show for your sweetheart!

Garner inspiration from the greats -

YouTube is an invaluable resource; use it! There are all sorts of inspiring videos you can find if you type “striptease” into the search bar.

Striptease superstars – Dita Von Teese, Veronica Varlow, and CoCo La Creme, to name a few – will give you ideas you can incorporate into your own striptease and performance persona.

Practice alone first -

Some people are so unshakably confident that they could probably just “wing it,” but for most of us, a little preparation will go a long way!

Strip and dance in front of a mirror (or even in front of your webcam) at least a few times before you give it a go in front of your partner. You’ll have a better idea of what the hell you’re doing, and you’ll feel more confident.

Build anticipation -

You could text your partner earlier in the day to let them know you’ll have a surprise for them when they get home later.

Or you could spring it on them a little closer to showtime: “I’ll have a special treat for you when we get home,” you could purr at them from across the table while you’re out on a dinner date. Give them the chance to get excited in advance!

Tailor your performance to your partner’s fantasies -

You’ll really “wow” your love if you incorporate elements you already know turn them on. If they’ve got a thing for schoolgirls, leather-clad dominatrixes, or Princess Leia, work those details into your “act.”

Likewise, if you’ve noticed they go gaga for stockings, heels, or red lipstick, be sure to throw those on (so you can take them off!). Nothing’s sexier than a partner who knows exactly how to get you hot and bothered!

Choose music that makes you feel fantastic -

Whether you keep things classic with burlesque-era jazz, sway to modern faves like Ginuwine’s “Pony,” or bust out something completely unexpected (the Pokémon theme song, anyone?!), make sure your music selection fills your heart with lusty glee. You’ll seem happier and bolder if you’re dancing to music you love.

Select your outfit wisely - 

Wear enough layers that you can disrobe with delicious slowness, but avoid anything so cumbersome or complicated that you’ll take too long to get out of it.

A standard striptease outfit might include a button-down shirt, a short skirt, stockings, high heels, and a matching set of lingerie – but of course, tailor your ensemble to fit your own tastes and style. You’ll feel (and look) awkward if you wear something too far out of your comfort zone!

Play to your strengths -

Not all of us can be smouldering seductresses like Dita Von Teese. Some of us are a little clunkier, gigglier, or weirder!

Your partner loves you for you, so make sure your striptease feels true to who you are – even if that means you wear combat boots instead of heels, laugh your way through instead of glaring lasciviously, or dance to pop-punk instead of smooth jazz. You do you, boo!

Go slow -

Sensuality expert Kitty Cavalier says the secret to seduction is to “take whatever you are doing and just. Do. It. Slower.”

Maybe your partner’s seen you shed your clothes hundreds of times, casually, while getting ready for work or for bed – but they’ve probably never seen you strip with white-hot intention and aching slowness.

Don’t rush toward the “finish line” of nakedness – let your lover enjoy the journey!

Have you ever given a partner a striptease (or received one)? What are your favourite strip tips?

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