Probably not. Sure, we both see blue, but there's a good chance we don't see the same blue. I think the way vision works is both weird and amazing and complicated when you add in color.
Hence, my advice: don't get too bent out of shape over color choices. Choose colors you like, take your time to think about your selection and be sure it works for you, but don't lose sleep over it.
Still, when selecting colors that you want to work together, it helps to compare. Especially because the color you see when a lot of small beads are packed into a tube is not necessarily the same color you'll see when the beads are strung singly.
When customers are selecting seed beads for a particular project, we encourage them to open the tubes for a better look (always over a bead mat, please!).
I'm not a photographer, so the images here are not perfect representations, but you can see how differently beads look in the tube when compared with a single strand. This is especially true for lighter and more transparent colors.