Question about aggregations and bucket counts (filter vs post_filter)

I'd love some guidance from those who've implemented bucket aggregation (or facets or whatever) on an e-commerce site.

Do you run the aggregations as filters (so that the buckets and counts update with each bucket choice) or as post-filters so that the aggregation buckets from the original search remain constant even after buckets are chosen?

Like in my image, if I chose "100-150" should aggs update to reflect only buckets available for the new result set? Or should aggs be left alone?

I understand that they can be run either way, but I'm wondering if there's a UX/UI "standard practice".

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