less contrast, quicker fading i believe
i would say that in a typical scenario, that formula would apply. however, in this scenario, where most people are getting approximately zero fades and zero contrast, save for one group of people( those who've washed), just seems like it might be necessary with these to kick-start the process.whats likely is that even after the wash, the dye, which is obviously ridonk with staying around, will still yield results closer to what youd expect.
there are, however, a few who've done a wash at some point and have been less satisfied. the only way to figure out what went wrong is to compare methods.
did you all have different temps? soaks? inside-out? what about you, ony?
has anyone whos had a less satisfying wash had better fading afterward?
with most brands, the answers to these questions might be obvious, but because there is such a range of wieghts, dyes and materials, this brand in particular is a bit hard to pin down. it needs a manual, not a standardized cardstock.