source, color correction by linenlaceandlove
1) Start on the left side of your head and drag your finger from your ear up to your forehead. This will be the group of hair you start with.
2) Start the braid about 2 inches above your ear, and braid pulling the new hair under the braid and in as you continue. This makes the braid pop out, so that it appears to sit on the hair, instead of on the same plain as the hair, like in a normal french braid that pulls hair over the braid and in.
3-6) Continue the inside-out french braid in a diagonal to the nape of the neck on the right side. As you pull hair from the top of your head into the braid, you can leave a few pieces out like bangs and then braid them in later to get the bang look. Remember to keep the braid low towards the neck. The first two times I tried this it ended up too high.
7-9) Once all the hair is in, continue a normal braid the rest of the length of hair.