At the bottom of this post is a link to a handy bead color durability chart provided by Miyuki Co., the producers of the Delica beads that I use in my patterns. Most of the time, I use colors that have high durability ratings (0 - no problem in usual use), but sometimes I also use lower rated colors (- might be a problem in durability by individual use). Luminous neon bead colors (-) may sneak in for accents (like cheeks) because it is so bright and cheery. I do not use dyed or galvanized beads unless it has a Duracoat® finish. Strong chemicals (including the alcohol in hand sanitizers) may compromise the finish of your beads, including Duracoat®.
“Duracoat®” is durable clear coating for outside dyed or galvanized beads. It is thicker and stronger coating than traditional one. (reference https://www.miyuki-beads.co.jp/english/seed/duracoat.html)
It's also good to note that, in my experience, matte (unpolished) beads tend to break easily especially if you weave with a tight tension or do multiple thread passes through the bead. Most matte beads have a high color durability rating. I love the contrast it provides against the polished beads so I do use them in my designs. If matte beads are problematic for you, you can substitute it for the opaque version of the color. Example: Matte Yellow DB0751 > Opaque Yellow DB0721.
The colors I use in my patterns are not absolute. Play with it and have fun!
Miyuki Co., Ltd., Color and Durability Link: https://www.miyuki-beads.co.jp/english/seed/07.html