Empowering impoverished girls to create futures as smooth as satin, one satin lined hat at a time


Social Enterprise

Our goal is to empower young girls living in underserved communities. H&H teaches them the lost skill of sewing along with other valuable job skills then provides them with a perfect opportunity to implement & enhance those skills in a safe, nurturing workplace.

Innovative Headwear

Our revolutionary satin lined baseball caps help to conveniently integrate haircare into traditional headwear, enhancing your hat wearing experience & taking your haircare to the next level without you having to change any parts of your normal routine (except where you buy your hat from)!

Humbly Handcrafted

From the special hand stitching to the precise pinning and machine sewing, each satin lined hat is carefully crafted by one of our teen tailors. These young girls are committed to fighting child poverty or becoming another statistic of their environments. 

Completely Customizable

Designed by you, produced by us! We’re not dedicated to building a brand, we’re focused on building a relationship with you by improving the health of your hair & creating your new favorite hat!

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Are you (or do you know) a young girl looking for guidance & resources?

H&H has a vision to one day empower & impact girls in need across the country! For starters, we’re focused on girls in Indianapolis, IN. No worries, until we’re able to grow & open a H&H near you, we’ve compiled a list of organizations in a few underserved areas that share our same mission of helping our next generation of female game changers reach their full potential.

About 12% of U.S. women (about 1 in 8) will develop invasive Breast Cancer over the course of her lifetime. Besides Skin Cancer, Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. In women under 45, Breast Cancer is more common in black women than white women. A woman’s risk of Breast Cancer nearly doubles if she has a first-degree relative (mother, sister, daughter) who has been diagnosed with Breast Cancer.
Breast Cancer can be a very scary and/or unexpected diagnosis. Support is one of the most important aspects to understanding and maintaining a positive mindset after speaking with your doctor. What Breast Cancer is not …it’s not a death sentence. Please find your circle of support that you will be able to lean into and count on for the road ahead. You’ve survived everything life has thrown at you thus far; you are a natural born #Survivor and I’m sure you have a bunch of them already in your corner.


Satin lined caps are worth the price? 90%
Satin lined caps cause less frizz and scalp irritation? 85%
Satin lined caps are more convenient? 100%