The way to bridge the difference between what you see on a screen and color in real life is with spectral data and resulting color notations. Think of spectral data as color DNA. Think of color notations as a mini bio for your target color; read the color notation and you understand the important color characteristics which are hue, value, chroma, and LRV.
Proficiency with color notations means you don’t need to lay eyes on a swatch until the final stages of your color workflow. It’s fast, easy, accurate and most importantly fun!