Growing up in a Creole family from Louisiana has always brought many challenges with finding the right products for my skin and hair. Like so many Creole families from Louisiana we cover a variety of complexions I often refer to myself as a walking rainbow. As a generalization multiracial skin is a combination skin type. Why? Because multiracial, biracial, and multicultural people get different characteristics from each of their parents leading to combination skin, oily, dry, and normal. Each multiracial person is different, even between siblings.