Understanding Colors: Expectation vs. Reality
Let's set things straight: the colors that you see in your monitor is not always what you'll get printed. But, we can somehow make it close to it.
Why is not going to be exactly the same?
There are 2 types of color spectrums: RGB and CMYK. RGB (Red, Green, and Blue) is the color spectrum usually used in our smartphones, tablets, or computer monitors. It has wider color combination of over 16 million colors, which is also what the human eye can process. While CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black), is the color spectrum that printers usually use. This color spectrum can only produce 16,000 color combinations, which explains why most of the time what you see in your monitor is not what you get on your prints.