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DIY Eyelash Serum for Longer, Thicker Lashes!

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This DIY eyelash serum contains nourishing and easy to find ingredients that will “feed” your hair follicles naturally! Not only is the serum EASY to make, it also WORKS! Honestly can you really have lashes that are too long or too thick. NO! There are actually several recipes floating around the internet for DIY eyelash lengthening and thickening serums. I’ve researched all the suggested ingredients, done some tweaking and used the serum on myself. The results were surprising and I couldn’t be more satisfied!

DIY Lash Lengthening SerumDid you know you don’t have to be genetically blessed to get gorgeous lashes?? Sure you can pay for a doctor’s visit, get a prescription and spend over $100 bucks for an eyelash growth serum that is full of unnatural ingredients that lead to possible scary side effects. You could also get false eyelashes that will eventually weaken your real lashes while breaking the bank. Personally, I’m not interested in either of those options.

There is a much safer, more affordable and easier way to enhance your own eyelashes using natural ingredients that are proven effective in conditioning and stimulating hair growth minus the adverse side effects.

First things first, let’s discuss the root of thinning lashes… Of course some people are simply born with shorter, thinner lashes than others but there can be health issues causing lashes to thin and fall out. These issues should be acknowledged in order to properly fix the issue.

Possible Health Reasons for Thinning Eyelashes:

  • Age is the most common cause of thinning/falling out lashes and is not a medical issue. In fact-if you aren’t aging-your dead so aging is a good thing! However, supporting lash health can give you thicker eyelashes.
  •  Hormonal imbalance of the thyroid hormone can result in loss of hair on your head, brows and lashes.
  •  Chemotherapy can cause loss of hair.
  •  Not taking off your makeup before bed can contribute greatly to the loss of eyelashes and lash thinning.
  • Removing mascara in a non gentle manner.
  • Allergies can cause your eyes to itch an itching can cause loss of lashes.
  • Prolonged use of fake lashes. Lash extensions can put a strain on your natural lashes causing them to weaken and fall out.
  • Reaction to certain medication.

Why Aren’t Conventional Lash Growth Serums Ideal?

The FDA has approved many eyelash serums but they warn against possible side effects these serums could cause. Eyelash growth serums can cause adverse reactions such as an allergic reaction, eye irritation causing itchy, red eyes, reduced eye pressure, darkening of the eyelid skin, and in rare cases, a permanent change in eye color.

What Are the Risks of Lash Extensions?

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, eyelash extensions  can cause swelling, temporary or permanent loss of eyelashes, skin irritation of the eyelid and infection of the eyelid or cornea.

Also, the glue used contains several questionable ingredients such as latex, cellulose gum, cyanoacrylates, benzoic acid and formaldehyde. Ingredients found in eyelash extension removers include formaldehyde, propylene glycol and geraniol. 

Lash extensions are not only time consuming, they are expensive as well. 

What Oils Help Your Eyelashes Grow?

In all my research, I have found several scientifically proven natural oils that help hair grow longer and thicker. Healthy hair growth starts with increased blood circulation and detoxed hair follicles. Conditioning the hair can give the appearance of thicker, longer lashes as well. 

Castor oil is one of the most commonly and widely used oils for lashes and brows. I use it in this serum because it is gentle on the eyes and will not cause irritation. 

Castor Oil is the main active ingredient in this serum. It can be extremely beneficial when it comes to growing hair. Castor oil is full of Omega 6 fatty acids, vitamin E and proteins. It is easily absorbed into the hair shaft and locks in nutrients. Using Castor Oil for hair growth dates all the way back to the ancient Egyptians! 

You can even massage castor oil into your scalp before bed for more hair growth on your head! Castor oil also has a pulling action which I believe the pulling detoxes the hair follicle allowing hair to grow. Castor oil is easy to find and can often be found at any natural grocery store.

According to Healthline, there is evidence that ricinoleic acid, a chemical compound that makes up almost 90 percent of castor oil, might help reverse hair loss. A study found that the protein prostaglandin D(PGD2) is present in high levels on men who have male pattern baldness, and is one of the factors that kept the subjects of the study from growing their hair back. Another study found that ricinoleic acid may help inhibit PGD2 and potentially help scalp hair grow back.

There are other oils I recommend for use in hair loss, however, since we are dealing with the delicate nature of the eye, castor oil is the only oil I use. If you are interested in a hair growth serum for your brows that incorporates more hair growth encouraging oils check out my DIY Brow Serum recipe

Sweet Almond Oil is incredibly gentle and nourishing. 

Vitamin E is moisturizing and also helps to strengthen the hair. Both vitamin E and Aloe Vera Gel help to lengthen the lashes but adding aloe to this recipe doesn’t work well since Aloe Vera is water based and does not mix well with oil.

What You Need to Make DIY Lash Serum:

Open DIY eyelash serum with mascara wand laying on marble dish.

DIY Eyelash Serum

Yield: 1 Mascara Tube
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Active Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 3 minutes

This DIY eyelash serum contains nourishing and easy to find ingredients that will “feed” your hair follicles naturally! Not only is the serum EASY to make, it also WORKS! Use it every night to see the best results!

Materials

  • Castor Oil 
  • Sweet Almond Oil
  • Vitamin E Oil*

Tools

  • Mascara Tubes
  • Small Funnel

Instructions

    1. Fill and empty mascara tube 3/4 full with Castor Oil 
    2. Fill 1/8 of your mascara tube with Sweet Almond Oil
    3. Fill 1/8 of your mascara tube with Vitamin E Oil*
    4. Replace the lid and shake.

Notes

*I do not recommend using Vitamin E capsules in this recipe.

How To Use A DIY Eyelash Serum:

  • The first thing to do is to thoroughly remove all your eye makeup and remove any cleanser/cleansing oil from your eyes. I like to swipe cotton swabs with micellar water over my eye area to remove excess oil from my oil cleanser.
  • Use your DIY eyelash growth serum at night right before bed.
  • Apply a small amount to the lash line as well as over the lashes themselves. Be sure you get the oil at the base of your lashes. This is important.
  • Wash your face as usual in the morning.  

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What About Essential Oils?

Many essential oils are fantastic for stimulating hair growth. Rosemary, Cedarwood and Lavender essential oil are excellent tools when it comes to regrowing and thickening hair. However, I have not been able to comfortably add them to my DIY eyelash serum. Even 1 drop per mascara tube is too much for my sensitive eyes.

Many other DIY lash serums do contain a small amount of essential oils but I do not recommend using them on the lashes since there is no way to avoid getting them into the eye.

I do add a drop of lavender to my mascara when I first open them. I like to do this for added conditioning as well as bacteria control. there is also a risk of your lashes having mites. Lavender can be a quick and easy remedy for this as well.

Add lavender at your own risk. I have never had it mess up my mascara but I had a reader quite upset with me because she felt that it ruined her brand-new tube of mascara. 

Check out my easy Lash Detoxing and Enhancing Eye Makeup Remover recipe! Nothing takes makeup off better than oil, so why not choose oils that will boost your lash health through the roof?!

How Soon Can Results Be Seen After Using a DIY Lash Serum Nightly?

This serum’s result vary from person to person. Some people see results immediately. I read of one woman’s testimonial that she had to stop using the serum because her bottom lashes got too long!

I have been using this eyelash growth serum for a couple weeks and can already see a difference. 

Remember that a little goes a long way-you don’t want the oil running down your face all night so get a minimal amount on your mascara wand before you apply. You can still see without too much blurriness after you’ve applied, it’s actually very comfortable.

Precautions for Using a Lash Serum:

You may want to conduct a patch test before use. Since we are not using essential oils and are only using carrier oils that are gentle, eye sensitivity to this recipe is very uncommon. However, if you are concerned I recommend rubbing a few drops onto your inner arm and observe for 24 hours for signs of a reaction.

Embrace and enhance your natural eyelashes by addressing the root cause of hair loss and using simple ingredients to nurture and detox your skin, hair and follicles. Most of the time fuller eyelashes can be obtained by using natural oils that will not have an adverse effect on healthy lashes.

You have nothing to lose with making this DIY lash growth serum. Castor oil for hair growth is an incredibly effective, yet a natural method for thickening hair.

Be sure to share your results below!!

xx, Jenni

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Jennifer Phillips worked as a licensed aesthetician for over 8 years before creating the green beauty blog, Jenni Raincloud and her natural skin care line, J. Raincloud Organics. Jennifer has been blogging full time for 9 years and loves to gain and share knowledge on how to achieve beautiful skin the natural way.

109 thoughts on “DIY Eyelash Serum for Longer, Thicker Lashes!”

  1. I make this same recipe but with aloe instead of almond oil it makes it a little thicker going on which is nice. I’ve had AMAZING results! My lashes were not only short but they seemed to fall out easily making them sparse. After only a couple weeks my lashes are completely full and so long! I used to spend forever coating on mascara and separating them to cover gaps now o just swipe it on and go. amazing!!!!

    1. Bekah-I haven’t tried it with aloe yet-I do know that Mountain Rose Herb-while I trust their products the most-has a very runny aloe. I have also used one from Amazon in other recipes and it was thicker and would work well for this-here is the link for the amazon aloe-https://amzn.to/1lgZTgC
      Thanks!

      1. You can use aloe fresh out of the plant. Scrap the insides into a jar and Stir until all liquefied and then apply with a mascara wand.

      1. what would you suggest for ocular rosacea, red rimmed swollen eyelids with broken blood vessels, dark circles under eyes and eyelashes falling out. I need a lid cleaner with antibacterial properties and helping lashes not fall out, thank you

        1. I know this is an old post, but this sounds like eyelash mites. You need a serum with tea tree oil or Lavender. Essential oils in your eye is NO BUENO! So use caution when applying

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        3. I’m so excited to try this recipe! My sweet boys & husband have the longest thickest lashes…I think my boys took mine! Would I have to use this serum without end to keep the long thick lashes they produce or can I stop without any reversals of lash growth?

            1. Jennifer,
              I tried this serum for about one month before I noticed slightly longer lashes which was very exciting! The only problem I have is it burns my eyes no matter how I apply it so I stopped using it after awhile. My serum is as you listed, but I also added aloe vera (the one you recommended & the same amount as the Vitamin E). Help please! I would love to continue using it!

              1. Arti-Huh…. I’m not sure why it would burn-I have very sensitive eyes and it’s ok for me. I don’t use the aloe though. The only thing I can think of is re-make it with out the aloe and see how that goes! I’m glad you saw results, keep me posted!

                1. Hi! Just found this post and thread, so maybe you won’t see this, but I just wanted to say that I have been looking for aloe vera that I could use in eyes, but they all have warnings to not use close to eyes, so I wouldn’t dare to use it on the eye lashes. Maybe that’s the issue with your aloe vera as well?

                  I just made the serum according to the recipe in this blog post and am hoping for amazing results 🙂 My lashes are sort of long enough, but fall out easily, sometimes 20-30 lashes at the time :'( I hope to fight this with this serum. Crossing my fingers!

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              3. I’ve been using this inconsistently for three weeks! Great results. I’ve always had very curly short lashes. You can only see them when I have mascara on. My short spacey lashes have filled in, increased in length, and are more healthy than ever before!

                1. Nicole-I have seen many posts from other diy bloggers that advocate essential oils, especially lavender. When I tried it, it burned. I wanted something that was going to be comfortable so I didn’t include it, but you could give it a go!

                  1. It’s not too strong as long as it’s diluted in another carrier oil. Rosemary really helps to lengthening my hair. It’s amazing!!!

                1. I am dying to try this, and already have the castor oil and almond oil. What are your thoughts on simply applying close to the lash line with a q tip? Then I don’t have to bother with the mascara wand.
                  Also, I usually just cleanse my face in the morning with a warm washcloth after oil cleansing at night. Do you have any problems with mascara running off from the oil application right on the lashes? I’m afraid just the warm water in the morning won’t get all the oil off.

                    1. Ok, I’m reporting back…it’s been a month and this works! I have actually just used straight castor oil, since I already had a huge bottle. I have applied it faithfully every night with a q-tip. I tried taking pics once a week to document the growth, but my phone is not great so it’s really hard to see. Within two weeks there was a noticeable difference when I put on mascara. Now there is a noticeable difference even without mascara. My lashes were always short and thin, but at least they are dark. They are noticeably longer and thicker. Yes, I still need to wear mascara to look the way I like, but I am getting much better results. Thanks for this great tip!

                    2. Hi Jenni
                      i am new to your website. stumbled across it during a night while i was feeding my baby and got very interested in what you have written and the recipes. I am all set to try the hair rinse and eagerly waiting for the Vitamin C serum ingredients to arrive. Will post the results. Just a quick question regarding the lash lengthening serum, the recipe says Vitamin E oil but the link takes to Aloe Gel page. Is that what you used or is it a link error?
                      And also i tried to post the same thing earlier, but could not see my comment so reposting it.

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                          1. Castor Oil is really the kicker in this recipe-You can add most oils along with the castor oil but I wouldn’t lose the castor oil. However, coconut oil will nourish the lashes and the anti bacterial element will help de-clog hair follicles so it is for sure better then nothing!

                          2. I was wondering if gel aloe Vera can me mixed with the ingredients for this syrum? I found a liquid aloe Vera but it’s not 100% pure, it has other ingredients mixed in it and I don’t know if those ingredients can go near the eye so I’d prefer to use the gel wich is pure aloe Vera

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                            2. The first time I gave castor oil a shot on my eyelashes, I decided to use it on one eye to be able to compare it to the other. In one week, there was a significant enough of a difference that I had to just apply it on the other eye for a week. That stuff is awesome for anywhere you desire thicker hair. I had been thinking lately that I should buy empty mascara bottles to apply it that way at night and then I saw this post on Pinterest. (Thanks!) 😀 I appreciate the links and I’ll definitely try it out with the Vitamin E and Almond Oil.

                            3. I have a huge bottle of Vitamin E gel caps at home that I bought because I had read that it helped with scarring issues. Anyways I was wondering if I could maybe use those instead of the vitamin E oil….do you think that would work?

                            4. I’ve been using castor oil for years as a natural cleanser and can confirm that it’s an amazing oil! I use it as my under eye cream as well as a make up remover! You idea to put it in a tiny container and use as an eye lash serum is brilliant 🙂 thanks for sharing!

                            5. Hi jenni
                              Can i use this serum for around my eye ? I develope milia seeds around my eyes esp. Lower eyeled area, i started with castor oil alone but will this cause more milia? Do you have any homemade fantastic recipe -as usual – for milia seeds? Thank you

                              1. Hi Ruby-I deal with milia around my upper cheek area and they are such a pain! It’s so hard to get them out because squeezing in the area is so detrimental-I’ve popped a couple of capillaries! I don’t think this serum will make them worse, everyone is different though. I don’t have any recipes that help with milia-In my own experience, if my skin is well hydrated, my milia goes away on it’s own. It’s only when I let my skin get too dry that I experience them. I also like using THIS exfoliator too-I think it really helps with milia. Hope this helps!!

                            6. Hi Jenni, does this need to be stored in the refrigerator? I’m a little bit paranoid and store practically all my DIY skincare (and ingredients) in the fridge, but it would be nice to be able to store something in my makeup case!

                            7. Hi!

                              I am currently making this serum and am curious about the vitamin E oil. I have heard t pure tocopheryl acetate (vit e) can actually be too harsh and harmful to use. I just briefly read on this and have always heard otherwise. So is my pure Vitamin e oil 70000 IU ok to use in this serum you think? Thank you!

                              1. Vatricia-Hi! I’m not sure. Vitamin E confuses me to be honest. Most of the brands on amazon are diluted with another carrier oil and are not non-GMO so I only get my vitamin E oil from Mountain Rose Herb. I’ve had no issues with being sensitive and it’s non-GMO. I will say-I’ve never heard of Vit. E being too harsh or harmful. I’ll look into it.

                            8. Hello I’m Amara and I’m 20 years old and I have acne around my eyes and I used to take medicine for it and then I stopped for a long time for side affects and then I tried coconut oil. It was really bad! My eyelashes started falling out and my acne almost shut my eyes closed. So, then I started looking for a day eyelash serum and they all had coconut oil! And then I came across yours! I was jumping for joy!!!!!!! It had no coconut oil and I’m glad about that and I thank you for helping me grow my eyelashes! It has been about 6 months and I can now apply makeup ( my doctor said no makeup whatsoever due to my acne and clogging pores) so thanks to you I can apply makeup and my friends aren’t afraid to be around me so, I thank you so so so so so much!!!!!!!

                            9. What is the shelf life of this product? I want to try it out. Did you add a preservative of any kind? If you didn’t, would that prolong the shelf life?

                              BTW, I love your blog!

                              1. Rosa-Hi! Thank you so much!! The shelf life is anywhere between 3-6 mos. It does not need a preservative because it is made up of only oils, no water! I hate preservatives so I wouldn’t add one to a oil mixture to prolong it past 3-6 mos. Preservatives can be hard on the skin so using one around the eyes is not a good idea.

                            10. Hi Jenni-

                              I’ve tried this and other eyelash serums with moderate success so am looking to bump it up a little… I’ve read the black seed oil promotes hair growth also. Can black seed oil be added to this serum safely?

                              Thanks, love your blog!
                              Lisa

                              1. Lisa-I have no idea-I’ve never researched black seed oil but I can’t imagine why it would be a problem. I’ll have to check that oil out! I hadn’t heard that!

                                1. Jenni-

                                  I think it’s worth a shot! This is what I found on BeautyMunsta.com:

                                  “Black seed oil has been hailed as a potent hair growth oil. It stimulates hair follicles, thereby promoting hair growth. For thick eyelashes and eyebrows, use your index finger to dab a drop of black seed oil onto your eyebrows and eye lashes before bed. This will sink deep into the follicles and give you luscious thick lashes! Note: Don’t put a lot as it can seep into your eyes and burn.”

                                    1. Jenni-
                                      I received my black seed oil and couldn’t wait to try it out so I dabbed a little bit on my upper lash line with a q-tip trying not to get it in my eyes (since some say it can burn). I did notice a little burning in the eye I did first as more oil was on the q-tip then. I think I will try mixing a little in your lash lengthening serum rather than using it straight to see if that eliminates the (slight) burning. It wasn’t terrible so I’m not giving up on it yet! I’ll let you know how it goes in the serum 🙂

                                  1. Ok, so I tried just a few drops in the serum and so far so good… no burn!! I feel like my lashes have already grown just since last week but that could also be because I’ve nearly stopped using my eyelash curler (I’ve read it’s bad for them). Time will tell…

                                  2. Hi!

                                    I’ve been using this exact serum (castor oil, almond oil, vitamin E) for 2 weeks faithfully and have not seen noticeable results yet. Do you think I need to give it more time, or might the serum just not work for me?

                                    Thank you!

                                    1. Nikki-More time for sure. There is a chance it won’t work for you since everyone responds uniquely but 2 weeks is too short to see any improvement for most people!

                                  3. I have a question you have aloe in the sentences as one of the ingredients for the eyelash serum and then you said use almond oil so which one is it? Thank you.

                                    1. Hi Mya-I will correct that now-it’s not aloe. Aloe is a great ingredient to help with lashes but if you add aloe with other oils you will need a preservative. It is almond oil. Thanks for bringing that to my attention!

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                                  5. I have used this for a few nights. I’m sure I will get good results. However, the next morning, I washed my eyelashes off 3 times with ivory soap! My mascara still wouldn’t stay on! What should I do to remove the serum?

                                    1. Elizabeth-I’ve never had this issue! How weird. If Ivory soap wouldn’t do it, I can’t imagine what would. I’m no help on this one-never heard anyone have this problem.

                                  6. Hello, I’d like to try this serum but want to check what type of cleanser I should use on my eyes in the morning to get the oils off my eyelashes? Normally, in the morning I just rinse my face with water, having removed the makeup and cleansed my skin the night before. I assume that if I don’t remove all the oils, I will have problems with my mascara adhering?

                                    1. Karen-I actually do this serum and then oil cleanse in the morning which is not much better then using straight water when it comes to removing all the oil. I actually had never thought that this could be the reason my mascara likes to end up on my under eyes! Duh. I would suggest looking into a cleanser by Eminence (on Amazon) or 100% Pure. I’ve tried many by Eminence and love them all and I love 100% Pure but haven’t tried much of their skin care but they have great deals often. Hope this helps!

                                      1. Re: Karen D’s post: I know this is a couple years old thread, but I use DIY makeup primer with natural ingredients: kaolin clay, a bit of light natural lotion and powdered foundation from the annemarie line of products, mix. This is a recipe from minimalistbeauty. I put a light natural lotion on my face and around eyes, then a light layer of the DIY primer, then add mascara, etc. The primer helps to keep the eye makeup from traveling around my eyes or corner of eyes throughout the day even after placing a bit of oil or lotion on eye area.

                                    2. One way to keep this from burning your eyes (only at bedtime), is to get a tube of eye lubricant. It is oily, clears by morning and feels great!

                                    3. Jenni- I have a whole book of your awesome recipes and love them all. They work!!
                                      I just made the eyelash serum, and can’t wait to report back in a few weeks with my results. Like the other few people I saw, I am having a slight burning sensation as well. It does not last long at all, and I am all for a little pain for a nice gain. I made it exactly how you did. I did not use Aloe. I had Lasik about 15 years ago, and wondered if this may be the reason. My eyes are just more sensitive since then. Anyway, I love your recipes and am a huge fan of your site. Thanks so much for sharing with us!

                                      1. Hi Melanie! I’m not sure what could be burning your eyes but I have a hunch it’s from lasik. I’ve seen some recipes with lemon and lavender essential oils. It’s very little but I experienced burning and opted out of using them around my eyes. You are so kind-thanks so much! Be sure to share your results!!

                                    4. Thanks, sounds very interesting )) I always try to collect new tips for the appearance especially the eyelashes… I’ve found a very good serum recently though, it’s Cherish Lash. Totally fascinated by the result. I’m glad something is working for you too!!

                                    5. Hi! Thinking of trying this out. I have a jar of sunflower oil that I added dried camomile and lavender flowers to. It’s been soaking for about a year now and is ready to be strained. Do you think I could use it instead of the almond oil? I’m a bit nervous about using anything so close to my eyes.
                                      Thanks!

                                      1. Astrid-I’m honestly not sure. It would be a much better oil for your lashes then almond oil but I’ve never used and infused oil near my eyes. I do know that a very trustworthy blogger actually puts a drop of lemon and lavender in her version of this DIY. I tried it and it burned just a bit. This is such a small amount that you use, could you try it?

                                      2. I realize that this is an extremely old post, but here goes anyway. When I was younger, my lashes were fairly dark, longish, and curled. But once I hit about 50, I’ve started getting random lashes growing completely straight. The straight ones push on the curled ones, causing them all to sag. Makes applying mascara very labor intensive, so I often don’t bother. Occasionally, if I have a particularly problematic one (like the one actually poking my eye!), I’ll pluck it. But I don’t like to do too much of this, as they are starting to get a little sparse. Have you heard of this issue before, and do you think your serum would help? Not sure if it’s just that my lashes need nourishment, or if it’s just genetic. I remember when my Dad got old, he was always asking me to remove eyelashes that were poking his eyes. Soooo…any thoughts?

                                        1. Lela-I have not heard of your lash problem until now but I would give this serum a try because perhaps nourishment might do the trick and it’s such a simple recipe. Have you ever tried to put a drop of Lavender into your mascara? I wrote a post a long time ago about lash mites. I don’t think this is a symptom of that but a tiny amount of lavender oil applied daily can kill them, detox your lash follicle and encourage healthier growth-it’s just a thought. Be careful though because I’ve tried to add tiny amounts of essential oils to this recipe and I’ve not ben able to handle it-my eyes are incredibly sensitive and they burn my eyes. I want to stay on the safe side with this blog so I don’t put them in the recipe even though I am more sensitive than most. I will say, I can handle lavender in my mascara with no issue and I find it helps my mascara not dry out. Good luck-hope you find a solution!

                                      3. Can’t you just tell me how much drops each oil is needed instead of this 1/4, 1/8 cuz I can’t understand it. Dyscalculia doesn’t help either. Thanks

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