Zoya Rue is described as a "full coverage, boudoir blush cream." The website says Rue is a nude pink color. Rue came out this past spring season in the Naturel Collection that is absolutely gorgeous. Zoya nail polishes are free of the 5 chemicals (formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, dibutyl phthalate, and camphor) and retails for $9.
I wouldn't say Rue is a nude pink as it looks like it has some dusty mauve/lavender in it. One coat is sheer, but as you add coats it becomes more opaque. Above, I applied two coats. The formula is nice, but was a bit thick and goopey. I've tried other Zoya polishes that had a wonderful formula. Maybe this one was a dud, or maybe it could be that since I never used it when I first bought it (like in March or April), it may have gooped up a bit. However, there is nothing nail polish thinner can't fix! Other than that, I think this shade is perfect for fall!