Maybe strapless wasn't such a good idea! Jennifer Aniston shows off her cupping marks at Call Me Crazy premiereIt was a big night for Jennifter Aniston on Monday as she attended the premiere of a film she had directed.
However, perhaps a strapless playsuit wasn't the best option for the actress due to the unsightly marks on her back.
The 44-year-old showed round remnants of a recent cupping treatment as she arrived at the Los Angeles screening of Call Me Crazy.
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Rocking it: Jennifer Aniston looked stunning in a black playsuit for the premiere of Call Me Crazy at the Pacific Design Centre on Tuesday night
Cover up: It looked like Jennifer had put foundation over the red cupping marks in a bid to disguise them
It involves placing glass cups on the skin either via suction or heat and has been used by stars including fellow Brad Pitt ex Gwyneth Paltrow.
However, the after effects mean the recipient normally has red circular marks on their mark for between three to seven days.
So it appeared Jennifer had hoped to disguise them with some foundation, but the too pale colour showed up under the paparazzi's flashes.
Leftover marks: Cupping circles can be seen on the body between three to seven days after treatment
Unaware: Jennifer didn't seem to realise her marks could still be seen, despite her attempts to disguise them
Ancient: A woman receiving cupping treatment (file photo)
Aniston is an executive producer behind the new film, which deals with the still stigmatised issue of mental health.
Marta Kauffman, Kristin Hahn, Kevin Chinoy and Francesca Silvestri, all of whom executive produced last year's Five, also returned.
Call Me Crazy has a stellar cast littered with names like Jennifer Hudson, Melissa Leo and Octavia Spencer, Sarah Hyland, Laura Dern, Brittany Snow, Melanie Griffith, Ashley Judd and Bryce Dallas Howard.
Smoking hot: Aniston rarely deviates from the little black dress but this change was for the better
Flawless: Jen's baby blues shone as she posed for the photo call
Sleek: Jen's playsuit had a tuxedo vive that made it perfect for the red carpet
She opened up to Lifetime about how important this subject is to her.
She said: 'When we started researching this topic, we were all surprised to learn that one in four adults lives with some sort of mental illness.
Superstar cast: Jennifer Hudson and Sarah Hyland star in the short films
Back to black: Brittany Snow and Lea Thompson followed Aniston's sartorial lead
Dazzling: Sofia Vassilev and Aimee Teegarden opted for jewel tones in bodycon styles
The stories start with the tale of Lucy (Brittany Snow), a law student dealing with schizophrenia.
In another, a young girl Sarah Hyland) struggles to deal with her bipolar mother (Melissa Leo).
Call Me Crazy will air on Lifetime, Sunday April 20th at 8/7 central.
Handsome pair: Brittany was accompanied by her beau, Tyler Hoechlin
Star power: Sarah Hyland Melissa Leo both looked stunning
Raising awareness: Jennifer in the movie, which premieres on Sunday