The kink universe is vast, and so are the accessories you can use to engage in BDSM. Not sure which kink toys are right for you? Here are a few tips to help ya choose:
Consider your experience level
If you're a BDSM beginner, then it's best to stick with BDSM toys that let you explore sensory play, impact play, and light bondage, such as blindfolds, feathers, or scarves. More elaborate forms of kink—like suspension or flogging—should never be attempted by beginners, as those require a significant degree of skill and training to practice safely.
Stick to quality products
As with all sex toys, it's essential to invest in high-quality, body-safe accessories. It's best to steer clear of toys made with PVC or TPE, as those tend to be more porous and pretty much impossible to fully sanitize (not to mention they may contain toxic chemicals called phthalates). Instead, opt for gear made with body-safe materials that aren't likely to break during play or irritate your skin, such as medical-grade silicone or ABS plastic.
Make the right investment
With so many different aspects of kink available to explore, you don't wanna shell out too much money on a toy that just isn't right for you. So ya, while these 24-karat gold-plated cuffs may be beauteous, you should probs try out a more affordable pair to determine whether you actually *like* restraint before getting a more aesthetic set. Just looking out for your wallet, bb!