Check the tip of the nozzle to make sure it is still intact. If there seems to be a perfume buildup in the suction head, just put the suction head under hot water and then use a pin to pry any sticky material. Press the tip of the nozzle lightly to the top of the perfume bottle to reconnect.
If the nozzle will not eject, remove the tip of the nozzle and soak the cotton ball with topical alcohol. Apply alcohol to the inner top of the plastic tube and let stand for 10 to 15 seconds. Use a pin to slide down from the center of the tube to remove any accumulated viscous material that may be present in the tube. This tube delivers perfume from the bottle to the tip.
If the plastic tube cannot be properly connected to the nozzle of the suction head, use tweezers to pull it up. The tip should be stuck on the plastic pipe; If the position of the tube is too low, but not in the bottle.
Return to the store where you buy perfume, and ask for a new tip. Craft shops may also provide replacement tips. The sprayer in the tip may be closed or uneven, which will cause the perfume to be unable to spray.
Change perfume to a new perfume at a store. Manufacturers, especially new bottles, will replace bottles free of charge. Depending on the store, you can change the bottle even if it is almost empty.
Pry open the inner structure of the bottle, gently apply perfume to the skin instead of spraying it. Take out the inside of the nozzle by removing the tip, and then remove the inner tube with tweezers. The edge of the perfume bottle is a plastic case that needs to be removed. Use a pocket knife or peeler to loosen the edges around the housing and eject it. Below the shell is a metal ring that connects the shell to the bottle. Using the same method as the packaging, pry the metal ring off the bottle. Buy a small cork and insert it into the bottle to prevent overflow.