Everytime I create a video,it looks good in a normal screen but considering half of the people have the low blue light effect enabled, I would like to balance somehow the colors of my videos to counter the effect of blue light, since otherwise my videos look orange.
Stop trying to do that.
There are some contradictions in your premises.
- If a "normal" screen is ok to you this means that by definition, it fits into the "normal" category. Not extraordinary or abnormal. If "half" of the people do this or that, there is a chance that that is the "norm".
have the low blue light effect enabled
- I have no idea what is that. I really doubt half the people, even if that feature is installed on the phones, or tv screens or whatever, use it.
If someone wants to see the videos with a blue tint or orange tint (I still do not know what a blue light effect is), let them be. If they want to see the video on a dark screen, let them be. Just make your video look good enough on a "normal" screen... if that is possible in this era.
Adjust and calibrate your monitor. The more effort you put into this the better. You want to have your product in the centerline of a "norm" a "standard" that is what they are. Then you have room for some deviations on this centerline.