to change the colour of something
Past Participle form
As a hairdresser I colour hair every day.
She colours her hair every few months.
A: Welcome, what are we doing today?
B: I'd like to colour my hair.
A: Very nice. What colour are you thinking of?
B: A little bit darker that now.
I coloured the picture.
For school we needed a red t-shirt so I coloured a white one.
A: Your hair looks great!
B: Thanks. I coloured in last week.
A: Did you do it at home?
B: No, I went to the hairdressers.
I'm colouring my hair tomorrow.
She's colouring hair all day so won't be free.
A: What's your daughter doing?
B: She's colouring in a picture she drew.
A: Lovely. Does she like drawing?
B: Yes, she does. She does it as much as she can.
I've coloured my hair once before, when I was 20!
She's coloured hair all her career.
A: Have you coloured your hair?
B: Yes, a few weeks ago.
A: It looks great. Can you do mine?
B: Yeah, sure.