Debbie Gibson Is Not Going to Get Stuck in the Past

The pioneering pop singer talks beauty secrets, and a life-changing tweezing session.

Debbie Gibson, the pop singer who shot to fame in the late 1980s with “Electric Youth,” is still making new music. She has an album out in August, “The Body Remembers,” her first in 20 years, and is performing in Las Vegas (at the Venetian) to boot. “Electric Youth” may have influenced fashion (her signature headwear) and beauty (Electric Youth perfume) for a certain generation, but Ms. Gibson, 50, is living firmly in the moment. “I never say ‘back in the day’ because today is today, and that’s how I approach life,” she said. Here, her current take

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