When you feel comfortable at that level, you will move to the next level, where you will learn more complicated figures, shines and body movements.
You will have to concentrate on improving your technique to make it enjoyable to dance with you.
But there is something you haven’t paid much attention to so far, because you were concentrating on the steps and figures:
The music is what turns the dance into magic.
At first, you don’t distinguish Salsa from Bachata, Merengue or Chachacha. It all sounds similar.
If you consciously listen to the music, you will gradually discover the differences and nuances of each style, and you will want to dance to the rhythm of those instruments that invite you to move. For it is at that moment, when the dancer becomes just another instrument in the music, that the magic happens.