Just as teasing yourself to create sexual tension and make you desire release, or orgasm, teasing your partner can have the same effect. Good teasing involves knowing how close you can bring your partner to a new level of excitement without pushing him or her over the edge.
Teasing often involves touching or kissing the body and then withdrawing from the touch, and it can be particularly effective when used on the genitals. This can be done by touching the skin around the genitals and then, oops, accidentally touching them and then backing off again.
Or you can try stimulating your partner’s genitals by touching them at irregular intervals. Bring your partner up to the point of excitement and then back off a few times and you’ll soon have your partner panting for more.