This is another post that is nothing new but it's more of a different way of looking at things. So often I am caught in my habit of placing everything in it's usual spot when a common hairstyle can look so cool just by changing the placement of a few things. This hairstyle is an example of that.
It's your basic Side By Side French Braids but we've changed a few things around.
First we moved the part a bit. Instead of having it directly in the middle of the head we have off-centered it a bit. (It starts off centered but will end up in the center of the neck at the bottom.)
It's usually easiest to begin with the larger section of hair. You will be doing a regular French Braid but instead of placing it directly in the middle of it's section, move it a bit lower and closer to the ear.
You will probably need to keep a comb handy to smooth out each piece as you add it into your French Braid so you avoid any "sharks". (Hairs that bubble up like a shark fin.) When you've added all the hair in from that side of the head, finish braiding to the bottom of the hair and secure it with an elastic.
Repeat the same steps for the other half of the head - pulling the braid lower by the ear.
When you finish you will have two loose braids that you can connect with some bobby pins so that they are attached side-by-side. Combine them at the bottom with a final elastic and add some hair clips where you would like.