Zero risk of herpes or HIV. Herpes requires contact with a sore or skin where the shedding of the virus is occurring. HIV requires access to your blood stream of heavily infected bodily fluids, which is exceptionally rare to occur with a female without actual penetration (and even then very rare).
Thank you Fleetwood20 for your response. Just a follow up on this "Herpes requires contact with a sore or skin where the shedding of the virus is occurring" - if she spread virus over her chest and my fingers (which may had superficial cuts due nail biting) touched it, is your comment still true?
Reading over some articles on the web, its referred the virus dies as soon as it contacts with air... does that mean the virus dies as soon as it leaves the sore or shedding area?
Thank you for your time.
You must have contact with the area that is heavily shedding at the time. It cannot pass alive on a finger or object to another place to pose an infection risk. Oxygen kills many viruses, HSV among them.