Actually the answer is conflicting. Low ohm phones can be driven easily by a portable device. Higher need more power to get volume.
These are good tracking headphones.
They are isolated and come in handy both for live use and monitoring a mic'd source.
essential for recording musician.
These are affordable but not the most accurate and are only 33ohms so they are loud.
There is a cheaper version
For mixing, if money is no option get the best you can afford that aligns with the recommended specs.
Pushing above their weight are the Audio Technica Professional H'Phones
There are better; but, ideally you use studio monitors and use headphones for close listening to reverb and FX tales in a mix.
What you want in Headphones is the same in Studio monitors. You want a flat a response as possible across the audio spectrum so you can hear what is going on. You don't want headphones designed to make your music sound better with hyped bass etc on most consumer phones and speakers.
As already mentioned with pro headphones what you get on the HD using them to make patches will go a long way to having a tone that relates in a live PA situation with a little adjustment to suit.
Thru an Amp it wont translate as well and it is best to get that tone matched with the Amp rather than phones.